Whether it’s GPU rendering which enables interactive and physically accurate renderings to speed up decision making across all facets of the design and review process, or the use of VR to provide the immersive context and scale needed to fully understand and resolve design issues before construction commences, PREVAILPRO Mobile Workstations provide the latest technology necessary to advance your firm’s Architecture, Engineering and Construction capabilities.
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Launching the PNY PREVAILPRO mobile workstations at SIGGRAPH was an exciting event for PNY and event participants. Both versions of the PREVAILPRO Series the P4000, our VR-ready and Max-Q compliant version and the P3000 were prominently displayed in our booth and were welcomed by partners, media and attendees alike. The PNY booth buzzed with interest in the compute enabled 2x Quadro GP100 + NVLink system, the VCA Certified Rendering System and the fully enabled P6000 VR system.
Visitors to the booth were captivated by the ability to hook up these thin and light PREVAILPRO mobile workstations to three external 4K UHD displays, which combined with the built-in 15.6” 4K UHD panel provided a massive visual workspace never seen before on a mobile workstation. The clarity and vivid details that could be seen on all 4 monitors was unprecedented.
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