Posted by TechRadar on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 | 0 commentsOriginally published on Thursday, May 17, 2018 14:23:16By NVIDIA, the company that created the NVIDIA MCP and its proprietary graphics processing units (GPUs), is now the largest graphics processor maker in the world, having shipped some of the world’s most powerful graphics cards.
It was in that vein that NVIDIA announced it would be launching its own line of high-end gaming laptops, the MediaPortals.
And now it seems it’s also making its own gaming desktop computer.
The MediaPortales are NVIDIA’s first gaming laptops to offer NVIDIA’s graphics processing unit (GPU) based on the MediaTek Mali-T880 GPU, which is expected to be available in late 2018.
And the first of these is the MediaPad Pro.
The specs of the MediaPads will include a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.6GHz, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 1TB hard drive, an Intel Core i5-5200U processor, NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics, and a 3TB solid state drive.
The base price is $2,699 and the price of the higher-end models is $3,799.
But the MediaPlay Pros come with more RAM and storage, as well as NVIDIA’s GeForce MX100 GPU, Nvidia’s GeForce 8500M graphics card, and NVIDIA’s Quadro K4000 graphics card.