ASUS Rog Swift 360
NVIDIA partnered with ASUS to develop the first G-SYNC 360Hz display in the world, and it’s called the ASUS ROG Swift 360. Unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the display is set for release later this year and works superbly with GeForce RTX, the world’s fastest gaming GPUs, to deliver the absolute best competitive gaming experience.

NVIDIA Shield TV 2019
NVIDIA unveiled two new Shield models powered by the company’s Tegra X1+ processor that delivers up to 25% more performance than its predecessor. All of this power is perfect for Dolby Vision, which provides ultra-vivid imagery, while Dolby Atmos offers extraordinary audio. That’s not all, the Tegra X1+ also improves picture quality by using AI to upscale HD video streams into 4K resolution. The cylindrical Shield TV boasts a slim, stealthy design that blends into entertainment centers, complete wth Gigabit Ethernet and dual-band Wi-Fi for lightning-fast connectivity. More information.

ASUS ProArt StudioBook One
Unveiled at IFA 2019, the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One is touted as the world’s most graphically powerful laptop, thanks to the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 graphics card, paired with the latest 9th-Gen Intel Core i9-9980HK processor. This means the CPU can deliver single and multi-threaded performance for the most compute-intensive tasks, while the Quadro RTX graphics offer more CUDA, RT, as well as Tensor cores, enabling ultra-fast rendering of animations, 8K video editing and data calculations.

NVIDIA RTX Ray-Tracing Minecraft
NVIDIA and Microsoft announced today at Gamescom that Minecraft is set to get a free update that will make the best-selling video game more realistic than ever with support for real-time ray tracing on the PC platform. This means that players with NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards will be able to experience even more vibrant visualizations of their self-created worlds, complete with realistic shadows, lighting and colors.