The ASUS ProArt StudioBook Pro 17 is expertly crafted for today's most demanding design fields, from engineering and architecture to animation and virtual reality. Its high-end graphics card delivers unmatched precision, and it comes fully loaded with the processing power and speed professional creators need.
The trailblazing NVIDIA® Quadro™ RTX 3000 graphics card delivers unparalleled precision and power for even the most graphics-intensive tasks. In fact, it's optimized for stability and performance with professional software apps to power accelerated 3D model renders, seamless video playback, flawless real-time simulations, and much more.
Powered by either a 9th Generation Intel® Xeon® or Intel Core™ i7 hexa-core processor, the ASUS ProArt StudioBook Pro 17 is designed to handle incredibly smooth and responsive multitasking during your most demanding projects. Combined with upgradeable and ultrafast RAM and storage, and high-end graphics, it gives you next-level performance that puts many desktops to shame.
With its turquoise grey finish with rose gold highlights, it's a laptop befitting the creative professional. And with its incredibly compact profile, it's a 17" laptop that fits in a 15" briefcase. It’s also one of the world's thinnest laptops to feature NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics. And thanks to an exclusive 180° lay-flat hinge, it can be fully opened on a table for quickly sharing ideas and designs with clients and colleagues.
A comprehensive set of high-performance ports – including a SD card reader, HDMI port and the latest Thunderbolt™ 3 USB-C™ port – provide versatile, dongle-free connectivity whether you're in the office or on the road. And with integrated Wi-Fi 6, you can achieve wired-equivalent gigabit speeds, wirelessly.
The stunning NanoEdge display features an ultrathin-bezel design to give you more screen in less space. The result? An immersive 16:10 aspect ratio that gives you more screen for apps and tools. Equally impressive, a wide color gamut and PANTONE® Validated color accuracy ensure sharp, vivid, lifelike images.
"Creating art in virtual reality can be a colorful, intense and sometimes crowded experience, which can make it difficult to create and perform without the right set of tools," said Stuart "Sutu" Campbell. Sutu is an award-winning VR artist, who uses art and technology in new ways to tell stories. His work can be found in Doctor Strange and Ready Player One. "Now, whether I'm using a lightweight ProArt StudioBook on the go or a vibrant ProArt display with the ProArt Station PA90 in my studio, I know I have the reliability and performance I need to bring my art to life."
"[Virtual reality] gives me the ability to build a more interactive and immersive storyworld," explained Kiira Benzing, a VR director, of her passion for this storytelling medium. She uses her StudioBook Pro 17 and ProArt Display PA32UC to build, rehearse, and then tell stories to a live audience. "I have confidence in the reliability and dependability of [the StudioBook] when we are running a virtual production," she said. "Because we run live events, there is an inherent risk to what we are showing - the world has to support itself so all these people and connected devices can come into our virtual space."
Watch the video to learn more about how Kiira creates presence in a virtual world.
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