Its current desktop RTX 20 line of high-end GPUs are coming to each computer, bringing a no-compromise gaming experience starting with the RTX 2060 as a baseline for the cheapest model at $999. The new laptops will also include its signature RTX ray tracing and DLSS 2.0 capabilities to render games with more sprites and details in real-time.
The Max Q technology also allows the GPUs to work in a sleek RGB laptop chassis through hardware optimization for both Intel and AMD users.
Its statement also outlines several upgrades to current gaming and work-based laptops, including the Acer Nitro 5, ASUS Rog Strix G15 and the Lenovo Legion 5i, which vary with the brand new mobile versions of the RTX 20-Super GPUs. Its own DLSS battery optimization apparently boosts uptime by 20% for games running at mostly max settings. Over a quarter of the models will also include 300hz displays for future-proofing.
You can check out a tease for some of Nvidia’s RTX-20 laptops here, while the first ones start rolling out mid-April.