Most laptops in the market focus on being thin and light. Apple’s Mac is an example of how companies are trying to reform the concept of producing more thin and light personal computers. Acer is playing the opposite in the market. The new Acer laptop has a 21 inch curved display with a dual GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs along with room for five storage drives.
This isn’t what can constitute into a thin and slim laptop. The monster laptop will be unveiled at the CES 2017 which aims gamers. Acer laptop is for people will deep pockets and who have the backs to carry the laptop.
The laptop Predator 21 X is a device that folds the major gaming personal computer into a foldable laptop. The laptop has a 21 inch 2560 x 1080 resolution curved IPS display that has a 120 Hz refresh rate. This is not even the minimum specs of the device.
Acer laptop is a folding gaming pc
The big display is powered by Intel’s 3.9 GHz seventh generation Intel Core i7-7820HK silicon powerhouse. This Acer laptop has dual GeForce GTX 1080 X graphics card, four DDR4 slots that can hold a maximum of 64 GB RAM and up to four 512 GB solid state drives (two of which can be NVMe PCIe SSDs which are five faster than SATA SSDs), and a single hard drive bay which is home to a 1TB unit.
It does not stop here, the device has a full size mechanical keyboard which features Cherry MX Brown key switches with customizable backlight options. It has a numeric keypad that flips to reveal a precision touchpad. Along with four speakers and two subwoofers, two power supplies, five AeroBlade cooling fans and nine heat pipes.
With so many things packed together the laptop is bound to be heavy. It looks a lot like slab of marble or granite. The weight of the total thing is 19.4 pounds. The system is ready to order from February and costs an exact $8,999.
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