ASUS launched the ProArt StudioBook 16 and VivoBook Pro 16X at the CES 2023 exhibition. The biggest highlights of the two laptops are OLED screens that support naked-eye 3D and eye-tracking technology, which can ensure that the screen image is always on. on user focus.
Asus calls the OLED screen that supports naked-eye 3D “Spatial Vision” (spatial vision). There are two main elements that support naked-eye 3D, one is excellent screen quality, and the other is eye-tracking technology.
Both laptops feature high-quality OLED displays. The screen has a 3.2K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Such a screen resolution and refresh rate are also very brilliant when used in traditional 2D mode.
Second, both laptop support eye-tracking technology. The laptop is paired with a lenticular lens and the display is able to produce a defined image for each eye, creating an autostereoscopic 3D image. Because it tracks your eyes, the image reacts when your eyes move.
The ProArt StudioBook 16 can be configured with up to an Intel Core i9-13980HK CPU, up to 64GB of upgradable memory, and NVIDIA RTX 40-series graphics. To boost creativity, it also has a tactile trackpad that supports stylus input. Ports include Thunderbolt 4, and there will also be a regular 2D OLED touchscreen version, as well as one that includes a professional NVIDIA RTX GPU.
The VivoBook Pro 16X also uses an Intel Core i9-13980HK CPU and Nvidia RTX 40-series graphics. It can be configured with up to 64GB of DDR5 SODIMM memory and a pair of 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSDs. It supports NVIDIA Studio drivers for creative workloads, and with an upgraded cooling system it can unleash 150W of TGP for maximum performance.