Acer Predator Triton 700

As you will recall, we looked at Acer's X27 monitor last month and it was a model that travels across borders in terms of innovation. Forget everything you see, because this time the product we're seeing laptops when it comes to some of the most "weird" innovations that contain some. As you can see on the Youtube channel of our sister magazine LEVEL, Predator Triton 700, which was one of the models that we had the chance to test during the IgroMir 2018 event, was the product that attracted the most attention by far. Because, if you want a GTX 1080 graphics card that can fit into the 18.9mm thin and 2.4kg case with MaxQ dexterity, the virtual sound system behind Dolby Atmos, or the extraordinary design of the touchpad and keyboard that has never been seen before Do you?

The 15.6-inch Triton 700 has a 120Hz IPS display that supports 1080p resolution, of course, with G-Sync. This allows you to experience a high level of gaming experience, whether or not VSync is turned on or not. The mechanical keyboard on the front side performs well in games, but on the other hand is not comfortable in typing due to its low key height, high grip and of course its innovative position. At this point, the keyboard is RGB supported.

The touchpad, which is the trademark of the product, is not in a conventional position. The touchpad on the back of the housing is quite innovative and has a large area. Although extremely sensitive, the presence of a graphics card in this section, we can say that your fingers will not get cold. The fan in this transparent section is well-lit and doesn't have a very strong lighting, but it's nice in the dim.

On the CPU side, the Intel Core i7-7700HQ is preferred. This processor and the Intel HM175 motherboard will be updated in the coming period, but as you know, they already have extremely good performance.

The Triton 700 offers 8, 16 and 32GB DDR4 - 2400MHz RAM options. You can, of course, choose from within your budget. The most impressive part of the gameplay is the monster in this slim case, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 MaxQ (8GB). At first it sounds incredible that this card, which is now available on the market and guaranteed high performance in all games to be released in the near future, will find its place in such a thin and light machine. But the truth is, this monster, it lies in this safe, friends. Of course, you get high performance in games, but in Turbo mode, the cooling system is pretty loud.



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