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ACME Portable lance la toute première station de travail portable avec une résolution 4K

ACME Portable, le fabricant d’ordinateurs portables de haute performance, présentera au salon NAB 2014 la toute première station de travail portable avec un affichage Ultra HD 4K ; la présentation se fera au stand n° SL8827. Cette station de travail portable, dénommée MegaPAC L2, est idéale pour de nombreuses applications professionnelles nécessitant un affichage 4K, y compris notamment, mais pas exclusivement, les rendu 3D, la post-production et la photographie professionnelle.

MegaPAC with dual vertical 24" monitors (Photo: Business Wire)

MegaPAC with dual vertical 24" monitors (Photo: Business Wire)

MegaPAC L2

Puissante station de travail portable appropriée aux tâches extrêmement visuelles, le MegaPAC L2 offre deux moniteurs verticaux de 24 pouces dont l’un présente une résolution Full HD 1080p et l’autre une résolution 4K Ultra HD. Le PDG d’ACME Portable, James Cheng, a déclaré : « Grâce à notre investissement important dans la recherche, le développement et l’innovation, ACME Portable est capable de proposer des solutions qui permettent à ses clients de produire des contenus professionnels et exigeants de résolution 4K partout dans le monde ! »

Applications

Le MegaPAC L2 offre des performances sans compromis adaptées aux applications vidéo et graphiques gourmandes les plus exigeantes d’aujourd’hui, telles que le logiciel de Conception CAO 3D Solidworks® ou Final Cut Pro®. Grâce à ses deux moniteurs de 24 pouces, cette station de travail portable prend en charge toute carte de capture PCI-E. De cet fait, le MegaPAC L2 est la plateforme idéale pour une variété d’applications telles que la diffusion sur site, la production en faux direct, la programmation et la diffusion en direct sur le Web des émissions de télévision locale ou de réseau.

  • Prise en charge du montage et de l’acquisition non linéaire et pour affichage 4K Ultra HD, 4:4:4, capture 1080p60HD ou 3D stéréoscopique, lecture et surveillance au sein de votre logiciel de montage favori.
  • Prise en charge des effets visuels et graphiques pour la capture couleur en pleine résolution RVB 4:4:4 avec les détails les plus fins possibles.
  • Prise en charge de la diffusion en continu pour les diffusions en direct et à la demande sur le Web des événements sportifs, des webémissions, des podcasts et des concerts.

Spécifications

Deux moniteurs révolutionnaires de 24 pouces. Résolution Full HD 1080p pour l’un des moniteurs et 4K Ultra HD pour le second. Scrutez les moindres détails de votre travail grâce à la résolution 3840 x 2160 et jouissez du privilège de regarder un écran beaucoup plus grand depuis la même position assise.

Les derniers processeurs Intel à haute performance en date. Capacité de prise en charge des processeurs Intel® Core de 4ème génération en pleine tension aux processeurs Intel® Xeon® à 12 cœurs de dernière génération avec possibilité de double traitement. Exécute tout logiciel exigeant avec une performance élevée.

Vitesses de disque dur les plus élevées. Avec un disque SSD le plus rapide sur le marché d’une capacité de stockage allant jusqu’à 20 To, vous disposez d’une capacité de stockage interne incroyable.

Connecteurs d’extension flexibles pour cartes PCI Express. Utilisez votre carte de capture favorite personnelle, ainsi que le disque SSD ou les cartes graphiques hautes performances de votre choix.

Portable. Facile à transporter et pratique dans n’importe quel environnement difficile. En 10 secondes à peine, vous pouvez retirer la station de travail portable se sa housse, ouvrir les moniteurs et commencer à travailler.

Prise en charge des systèmes d’exploitation Windows aussi bien que Linux.

À propos d’ACME Portable

Fondée en 1994, ACME Portable est basée aux États-Unis, et compte des succursales en Europe et à Taïwan. Nous sommes dédiés à la fabrication des ordinateurs portables les plus intégré sur le marché. Tous les ordinateurs portables d’ACME sont conçus et fabriqués conformément à des spécifications précises. Visitez www.acmeportable.de pour de plus amples informations.

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