During the first day of CES 2019, Acer has released three new laptops which are the all-new Swift 7, a new convertible Predator Triton 900 as well as its first Chromebook 315 Powered by Versatile AMD A-Series Processors with Radeon Graphics. While the Predator Triton 900 places emphasis on the combination of performance and the convertible-features, the Acer Predator Triton 500 combines performance with mobility.
There's also 16GB RAM and up to 1TB of NVMe PCIe SSD storage.
Acer will also launch the PredatorSense smartphone app during 2019 which will allow Predator Triton owners to control multiple features, ranging from overclocking and fan speeds to their notebooks' lighting and audio modes. The Predator Triton 900 is easily adjusted to be a tablet or a traditional laptop. The Triton 900 has a CNC-machined hinge that lets you move the device's 17.3-inch touchscreen more freely than you'd be able on a conventional laptop. This laptop comes in at $1,799 and offers a 1080p 15-inch display and includes an Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU, but can be upgraded to the 2080. Nvidia's tech models how we view real-world light, though proceed with caution, because only a limited number of games now support ray-tracing.
As a bonus, it has a built-in Xbox controller receiver and a Waves NX head tracking module for impeccable 3D audio. The Triton 500 offers superb gaming performance in a slimmer, all-metal body and empowers gamers on the go. At 17.99mm thick and 4.6 pounds, the Triton 500 is still a fair bit heftier than something like an ultrabook, but that's pretty good as far as gaming laptops are concerned. Users can show active lighting profiles preset on the PC, or switch lighting profiles remotely. It will come at a starting price of US$3,999 which roughly converts to around Rs, 2,79,300.
The Predator Triton 900 will be available in North America in March with prices starting at US$3,999; in EMEA in March with prices starting at €4,199, and in China in March with prices starting at ¥39,999.