Asus opened the IFA 2019 exhibition with two new ProArt laptops: StudioBook One and StudioBook Pro X. Both run Core i7 or i9, with discrete GPU of the Quadro RTX 6000 series 24GB vRAM, up to 32GB RAM. . This configuration is very powerful and suitable for workstations. The StudioBook One (pictured above) has a 15.6 "4K Pantone display with a 120Hz refresh rate and supports 100% display of the Adobe RGB color range, clearly this is a computer for those who love internal creativity. yes
A special feature is that the main components such as CPU, GPU are on the screen, even the ports are moved up here, not at the keyboard base like many other laptops. Thanks to that Asus can design the heatsink to be always open and enhance cooling, and the bottom is quite thin. It uses 4 USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 for both data transfer, image export and battery charging.
The StudioBook Pro X, meanwhile, has an Intel Xeon option besides the i7 chip and is equipped with a ScreenPad 2.0 trackpad. Basically, this pad can turn into a 2nd screen to display many different types of content. This one is thicker than the ProBook One, has more ports and uses a 17.3 "screen but thanks to the thin bezels it is just as compact as a traditional 15" laptop.
In case you need to talk to a colleague, StudioBook Pro X can fully flip the screen 180 degrees to spread across the table or to the ground for everyone to discuss on what's displayed on the screen. The device uses Harman Kardon speakers, meeting MIL-STD 810G military durability standards.
Picture of Asus ProArt StudioBook One
Picture of Asus StudioBook Pro X
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