NVIDIA unveils RTX 2050, MX570 and MX550 for gaming laptops and creators

NVIDIA unveils RTX 2050, MX570 and MX550 for gaming laptops and creators

NVIDIA unveils RTX 2050

In a press release, NVIDIA today announced new mobile GPUs that add to its line-up of notebook graphics cards: GeForce RTX 2050, MX570 and MX550. The first, part of the GeForce RTX 20 line, features RT Core, Tensor Core and NVIDIA Encoder to take advantage of all the company's cutting-edge technologies, such as ray tracing, DLSS, Reflex and Broadcast. In addition, the GeForce RTX 2050 is fully compatible with NVIDIA Optimus technology to ensure the perfect balance between long battery life and optimal performance.

The GeForce MX570, the fastest of the MX GPUs, is ideal for users who are looking for a laptop to work but also do not mind playing a few games of the moment. Featuring more power efficient CUDA Cores and faster memory speeds than previous MX GPUs, the MX570 offers everything you need to deliver more performance than the latest integrated GPUs in areas such as photo editing, video editing and, obviously, gaming.

The GeForce MX550 is offered as an upgrade of the GeForce MX450, with more CUDA Cores and faster memory speeds than before. As a result, the GPU provides a noticeable boost in performance and efficiency for photo and video editing tasks, such as using Adobe Lightroom and Premiere Pro, as well as a better gaming experience than an iGPU. For more information about NVIDIA products for the laptop world, we recommend that you consult the official website.

Today we also talked about the latest rumors about NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card, which should be marketed in two variants with different amounts of onboard memory and number of CUDA cores. If you are interested, find our dedicated article at the following address.


Wednesday 25 September 2019

Samsung ISOCELL Slim GH1

Samsung Electronics has ntroduced a 0.7-micrometer-pixel image sensor, the 43.7-megapixel (Mp) ISOCELL Slim GH1. Thanks to advanced ISOELL Plus technology, the new ultra-high-resolution GH1 image sensor embraces 43.7-million 0.7-micron-sized pixels in a small package. By utilizing ISOCELL Plus, Samsung's latest pixel isolation technology that minimizes color cross-talk and optical loss, the tiny 0.7-micron pixels are able to absorb sufficient light information to produce bright and vivid photographs. In low-light environments, the GH1 makes use of pixel-merging Tetracell technology that enables higher light sensitivity equivalent to that of a 1.4-micron-pixel image sensor, according to Samsung. For video recording at 4K (3,840x2,160) resolutions, the ISOCELL Slim GH1, with a high resolution of 7,968x5,480, is able to take 4K videos with minimum loss in field of view (FoV), it said. Using Tetracell technology, the GH1 is converted down to 3,984x2,740, a resolution that covers the 4K resolution.

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