Adobe is giving away three months of Creative Cloud with RTX Studio PCs

Today at CES, Nvidia and Adobe announced a new promotion that will offer a three-month Adobe Creative Cloud memberships to anyone with a new RTX Studio laptop or desktop PC. Moreover, this applies to both new and existing Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers.

Normally, Adobe's Creative Cloud suite of apps costs $79.49 a month, or $52.99 a month on an annual plan. It includes a wide array of apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, InDesign, Acrobat DC, Lightroom, After Effects, and more. On top of that, you'll get new apps as they're added to the suite, with the newest additions being XD and Fresco.

RTX Studio PCs are devices with Nvidia's GeForce RTX GPUs, but use Studio drivers instead of Game Ready drivers. Anyone with an RTX graphics card can easily switch between the two with the GeForce Experience app, but a series of laptops and desktops announced at CES this week have Studio drivers pre-installed.

HP, for one, announced the Envy 32 All-in-One, the first AiO to include RTX graphics. Acer announced the ConceptD 7 Ezel, which is actually an RTX convertible PC. Lenovo also announced some laptops and a desktop aimed at creators, although the laptops aren't coming to the U.S.

This offer will be available to those that purchase new RTX Studio PCs beginning on January 13.

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