Acer’s New Predator Triton 700 Gaming Laptop Trades Power For Portability
Acer held an event today where they unveiled new laptops, wearables, and other devices. One of their significant announcements was the new Predator Triton 700, which trims down on size to offer portability. The refresh is a part of their back to school push, meaning you could get your parents to buy you a souped up gaming laptop disguised as machine to tackle all your homework assignments. The Predator packs Nvidia’s GPU inside, an advance dual-fan cooling system, and other high-level specs into a laptop measuring only 0.75 inches thick.
The specs of the Predator Triton 700 are scant, but we have a general idea what’s going inside. There is a Kaby Lake processor, NVIDIA GTX 10-series graphics cards, two PCIe SSDs, and up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM. The screen is a 1080p display, which is disappointing when compared to other gaming laptops which offer a 4K UHD display.
Acer’s new Predator Triton 700 gaming laptop is powerful and thin
It’s unclear what Nvidia GTX 10-series GPU Acer will use, but we guess it’s own of the less powerful ones. It’ll still pack a punch when paired with the DDR4 and PCI SSDs the computer will perform like other gaming laptops. Now don’t expect to play a 4K game at the full frame rate, but it’ll get the job done for most.
The Predator Triton 700 will launch around back to school time starting at €3,399, which is around $3,692.84, although exact US pricing hasn’t been announced. If you’re in the market for a new gaming laptop that’s portable enough to throw in a backpack than add the Acer laptop to your list. The Razor Blade is another top contender and a top competitor.
Tell us in the comments below your thoughts! Are you going to buy the Acer Predator Triton 700 when it comes out?