The Predator Triton and Helios as well as the Nitro product line have been updated with the latest components.
Acer didn’t forget to order the latest products from AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA, packing them into gaming laptops in their order and manner.
Specifically representing the bottom of this kind of product portfolio Good value for money For the Nitro 5, for example, new Intel and AMD processors will be in for a fight (Core i7-12800H and Ryzen 9 6900HX will likely be available for the latest configuration), and DDR5-4800 memory can be added. The role of mass storage can be divided into 1 TB NMVe SSD (interestingly, it is PCI Express 4.0 for the Intel version and PCI Express 3.0 for the AMD model), and the graphics card has a 150W TDP. GeForce RTX 3070 could be a Ti. 15- or 17-inch monitors are available with a panel with Full HD or QHD resolution, the former with a maximum refresh rate of 165 and the latter with a maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz. Thunderbolt 4 / USB4 and HDMI 2.1 will also be available.
For new products coming in March, prices start from 1,600 to 1,700 euros, depending on the platform and image size.
Traditionally, the Predator line is based on Intel, and members of both the Helios 300 and Triton 500 SEs have been given new Alder Lake processors. Available in 15- and 17-inch versions of the Helios 300, GeForce RTX 3080, or 3070 Ti, as well as a Core i7-12800H, both with 100W TDP. Hardly comes a surprise DDR5-4800, PCI Express 4.0 SSD, Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6E, the screen comes with Full HD and QHD panels, with 240 and 165 upgrades, respectively (17.3-inch FHD screen only 144Hz, it seems This is the entry form. These machines could also come as promised in March, with the smaller version starting at €2,300 and the larger version at €2,400.
Representing the “thin gamer” category, the Triton 500 SE is a processor from the new Alder Lake line, where the bar can certainly rise to the Core i9-12900H, plus you can also choose a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti. Acer did not provide a TDP for this, but it is assumed that despite the slim chassis, it will be raised to about 120-140 watts by the manufacturer, which also emphasized cooling in the advertisement – three fans (including two from the fifth generation of AeroBlade 3D copies).), a thermally conductive paste that also contains metal particles and four thermally conductive tubes. As a monitor, we get a 16-inch “PolarBlack” screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, 240Hz refresh, G-Sync compatible authentication, 500 nits brightness and 100% DCI-P3. Among the connectors were Thunderbolt 4 and HDMI 2.1 on the 20 mm sides of the device, which promised to start at the end of February at a cost of 3,500 euros.