The mid-tier Acer gaming laptop gets ray tracing support and a 10th-gen CPU
Acer’s Nitro 7 has long been the middle child Jan Brady in the company’s gaming laptop family, sandwiched between the bulkier, but lower-cost Nitro 5 and the more luxurious Predator Triton 500-series.
The latest Nitro 7 is finally stepping out. Acer gave us a chance to go hands-on ahead of the laptop’s announcement Tuesday at the company’s next@acer virtual event.
The biggest change to the latest Nitro 7 is the top GPU. The previous iteration stopped at Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. That’s a very decent GPU and great for gaming, but it lacks a key feature: hardware ray tracing support.
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