It looks sleek yet masculine. Acer’s latest generation of a gaming machine has been generating plenty of attention since it’s unveiled at IFA in Berlin.
It is also the world’s first notebook to offer a curved 21-inch IPS display (2560 x 1080), combined with wide-angle viewing, a 120Hz refresh rate, integrated Tobii eye-tracking technology, NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology and dual NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 graphic cards in SLI, the Predator 21 X takes the AAA gaming experience to new heights.
Acer Predator 21 X is a $9,000 laptop with a 21-inch curved screen that weighs 19.4 pounds.
Earlier this year, the dream gaming machine was honored with a Taiwan Excellence Gold award (the top prize of the competition).
Powered by an Intel Core i7-7820HK processor with four cores, eight threads and the ability to overclock beyond its 3.9GHz factory Turbo Boost speed, this Predator supports up to 64 GB of DDR4 memory and offers up to 512 GB SSDin RAIDO including two Nvme PCIe storage and two SATA drives and another room for 1 TB HDD.
This Acer machine can also be connected both wired and wireless flavors via Killer’s Doubleshot Pro. It comes with an 88 wh battery.
Acer Predator 21X also features a fully mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX switches and attached with per-key RGB backlighting. It has a removable side panel that instantly converts a number pad where users can flip over and decide to use the precision pad.
This Predator not only looks superb, it is an ultimate gaming laptop. Since its graphics hardware is so powerful, gamers (all levels) will have no problem playing at any setting on this machine.