At the Core of Creation is the ISV certified ProArt PA90 Mini PC featuring Intel® Core™ i9 processors, NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics and Thunderbolt™ 3 connectivity. Hang out with Greg as the team puts the PA90 to the test, making short work of even the most system stressing workflows. For an added upgrade, add a ProArt series monitor like the PA32VC to turn the performance up to 11 on any creative project.
Once only good for calls and texts, our cell phones used to be as small as their role in our lives. For a while in the late ‘90s and early 2000s, we struggled with phones that were getting too small. Now, our phones now have the much heftier responsibility of serving as the first source for all our news and entertainment and our connection to everyone we know (and those we haven’t met yet), and they increasingly shoulder the burden of capturing all our memories and documenting our day-to-day, too. Throw in all of the apps that we’ve grown dependent on to pay bills, buy food, book dinner reservations, and get from point A to point B, and it’s easy to see why people crave larger devices: this screen is our window to the world, and it needs to be as big as possible so we can see everything. The challenge is that it still needs to be small enough for us to want to carry it around.
When it comes to selecting a premium laptop, you’ll find a bigger budget doesn’t always make the choice any easier. The high-end is replete with options for those willing to spend a little more money, but there’s more to a good fit than a luxury finish. Thankfully, though ultrabooks were once one-size-fits-all with little consideration for the difference between a person who spends all their time in Excel and someone who spends all their time in Photoshop, the ZenBook family includes a variety of laptops designed to cater to your preference for screen size, resolution, performance, and yes, even budget.