At CES in January this year, Acer announced two very interesting devices. While they bear a similar name, they are completely different from each other, thus are their target markets. One of them is the Triton 500 (which we’ve already reviewed), while the other is called the Acer Predator Triton 900. At 17-inch, it not only is a substantially bigger device, but it features a breakthrough in laptop design.
It has a hinge, which enables the screen to move at almost 180 degrees, which when coupled with the axial movement of the hinge itself (Ezel Aero Hinge as Acer calls it), results in a Microsoft Surface Studio experience – in a laptop… for games. By the way, it was one of three major approaches taken by manufacturers, in order to revolutionize the market. While, this is a more convenient approach, the others include Alienware’s Area-51m, which embodies desktop CPU and GPU, and ASUS ROG Mothership GZ700GX, which has the majority of its hardware on the back of the monitor, while the keyboard is detachable.
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