Razer and Acer today officially confirmed their notebook lineup shortly after announcing the NVIDIA Studio lineup focused on content producers and gamers with the inclusion of NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPUs in particular.
These new models are the Razer Blade Studio Edition and Acer Concept D7. Both notebooks will feature the new GPUs, giving the portability of having the power of a desktop PC in a compact device.
The new devices will feature OLED displays 4K playback capacity up to 120Hz, combined with the Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 GPU.
Visually, the Razer Blade Studio Edition has an anodized housing in a Mercury white finish, somewhat similar to what is seen on notebooks in Apple’s MacBook line.
Razer Blade Studio Edition Features
Speaking specifically of the Razer Blade Studio Edition, it will be available in two sizes (15-inch and 17-inch) and will include as basic hardware the Intel Core i7-9750H or i9-9880H (respectively). The possibility to incorporate up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of NVMe storage.
Acer Concept D7 Features
Considered the first update of the line (launched two months ago), the new Acer Concept D7 replaces the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q with Quadro RTX 5000. Possibly keeping the rest of the configuration, which includes the Intel Core i7 9th generation, up to 32GB of DDR4 2.666MHz and 1TB of NVMe PCIe.
One point that draws attention to the new device is that its firepower did not mean turning the notebook into heavy equipment, having its aluminum body 17.9 mm thick and 2.1 kg in weight.
On the screen, the Acer Concept D7 offers a 15.6-inch IPS display with a 4K resolution with 81% use in the body-to-screen ratio. With the promise of high fidelity of colors thanks to PANTONE certification, 100% of the Adobe RGB color gamut and tested and calibrated to achieve a mean low Delta E<2.