The top end model which Kitguru reviewed will cost you well over $3000 but it is an impressive machine. Part of the cost comes from the G-SYNC IPS display, capable of up to 120Hz as well as the GTX 1080 Max-Q which powers it. The laptop features a mechanical keyboard and all of the I/O features you would expect, including a Type-C Thunderbolt port. The touchpad design may not be a strong point however, it is located above the keyboard, directly below the screen which may not be comfortable for frequent use. It is made of glass and reveals a fan and the GPU heatpipes, a nice visual look with a drawback; after extended usage that glass is hot!
"With its Predator Triton 700, Acer will be hoping that it has ticked all the boxes when it comes to building a portable gaming powerhouse."
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