Acer Predator Triton 500 review – thin and light RTX 2080 Max-Q beast

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RTX 2080 Max-Q? – Check! Six core Intel CPU? – Check! Barely 18 mm thick and a little over 2 kilos in weight? – Check! This is the new Triton 500 laptop from Acer. You get monster hardware in the form of a thin and light chassis. In fact, the Triton 500’s form factor is one of the smallest you can find in the 15-inch market. The chances are that you are probably more familiar with MSI’s famous GS65 Stealth or ASUS’s Zephyrus laptop, than the contender we have on the doctor’s table today.

However, you have to pay attention to the details as you go on the journey of revealing what makes the Triton 500 so potent. As with the other “gaming ultrabooks” we just mentioned, we are obligated to put the manufacturer’s words in doubt. Because seriously, RTX 2080 Max-Q in a laptop that fits in your backpack just right? What kind of sorcery is this? In addition to that, we are going to shed some light over the GPU itself, as it is the first time we encounter this power efficient monster.

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