"It's on a different level to your average laptop"
3D rendering demands serious performance, and Toyoda is mightily impressed with his ProArt Studiobook, which has 64 GB of RAM and a powerful NVIDIA Quadro RT 3000 Max-Q GPU. "As a professional, your clients’ demands can be high. When I have to work on a rendering overnight, you can’t deliver unless you have a high-spec PC," he explains. " You can use 3D software and Photoshop at the same time. It's on a different level to your average laptop computer." Exceptional visuals and color-accurate rendering are vital too, something his ProArt PA278QV monitor with its Delta-E < 2 color accuracy and wide 100% sRGB and Rec.709 color gamut ensures. Toyoda also loves the expansive visual workspace this display gives him: " You have to display a lot of images at the same time with 3D art. For example, you need to see the key-frames when working on animation. You need to see all kinds of things at once, like textures or timelines." Having all the information he needs at hand makes his work processes easier and more efficient.