After Samsung and Asus' announcements, Acer has unveiled a curious $4,000 convertible laptop named the Predator Triton 900. Though the 2080 Max-Q likely won't be as powerful as a standard RTX 2080 due to its focus on energy efficiency, it still should be a more than capable graphics card for laptop gaming.
Sure to gain the most attention is the Predator Triton 900, which comes with a highly unique design, to say the least.
The two gaming laptops also feature Intel's Core i7- 8750H CPU platform and NVMe PCIe SSD drives for the fastest possible data transfer speeds. It has a flipping screen and offers better ergonomics.
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The Triton 900 also comes with support for Predator RGB Assault, an app for League of Legends gamers, which shows pre-defined keyboard lighting effects while champions cast their abilities. The Acer Predator Triton 900 featured an adjustable display that had the ability to flip into a number of different viewing modes by way of a special hinge that allowed the screen to flip into different positions. NVIDIA G-SYNC technology creates fluid images as they zip across the screen while gaming or watching movies. Lately we've been seeing notebook manufacturers trying to cut back on the size of the gaming laptops, and the Triton 500 serves as one of Acer's attempts at doing just that. Plus, it features an Xbox wireless receiver, so you can use your console's controller for desktop games without having to purchase an additional accessory. The Predator Triton 500 is the thinner of the two systems at 17.9mm, and it weighs just 4.6lbs. But though all three can be configured with eighth-gen Intel Core i7 CPUs, only the Predator Triton 500 (for now) offers Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 GPUs. Waves audio is also included, including Waves Nx with head tracking for a 3D audio experience.
Coming later this year will be the PredatorSense app for controlling Predator PCs from a smartphone. The Predator Triton 500 has been priced at $1,799 (roughly Rs. 1,27,000) and will be available in North America, Europe, Middle East, and Africa in February and China in January. It will come at a starting price of US$3,999 which roughly converts to around Rs, 2,79,300.