Asus has unveiled a new Mini PC ProArt workstation PCs custom-made for content creators and developers. These are said to be showcased physically at the CES 2019 that begins from January 8 in Las Angeles. USP of the Mini ProArt PA90 is that it is driven by the latest-gen Intel Core i9 processor.
The PC also incorporates an NVIDIA Quadro graphics card, 64GB DDR4, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. With this, content developers (of varied forms) should be able to experience seamless performance with respect to zero lags as far as graphics processing is concerned. The device also looks custom-made for those dealing with Computer-Aided-Graphics Designing.
For the visual creators, the NVIDIA Quadro should come in handy as far as effective graphical rendering is concerned. Asus states that designers would be able to find performing tasks such as 3D real-time photorealistic rendering, video and photo editing. Also, the design of the Asus Mini ProArt PA90 is relatively compact enabling fitment into areas (workspaces) by occupying comparatively lesser space.
The workstation also comes in 512 GB and 1TB editions; whilst supporting up to 64GB DDR4 memory. This should theoretically enable faster processing of files and even graphics-related tasks. For connectivity, there are a couple of Thunderbolt 3 ports that support data transfer speeds up to 40Gbps.
The Asus workstation PC also supports Intel Optane technology which is said to relatively accelerate repetitive tasks for these to finish rapidly. For designers, delving into graphics-intensive tasks, there is the all-in-one CPU liquid cooler that should limit the external noise to a great extent, hence potentially providing for a smoother operation of the internals. .
In related CES developments, the conference is also set to witness exclusive tasks dealing with next-gen technological aspects such as smart cities, healthcare tech, digital health, and smart automotives (includes self-driving cars as well). Hence, you could potentially book your passes to the CES 2019; from January 8 2019.