Acer launched its brand new gaming laptop at CES today called the Predator 21X has a curved screen which makes it pretty impressive. Acer said that this gaming laptop is designed as something beyond imagination. The curved screen of Predator 21X is 21-inch in size and weighs 21 pounds and the company announced the device to be available at $9,000.
Moreover, Acer said that “Not only is it the first laptop with a curved screen, but the rig itself is also more powerful than our CNET Future-Proof VR Gaming Desktop.”
Interestingly, this laptop has the facility to flip the touchpad for using it as a numeric keypad. Besides all the other features, this feature is more impressive and something different that can convince for placing an order for Predator 21X.
The Taiwanese company announced that Predator 21X will be available in the market from February this year.
Acer Predator 21X Specs:-
Acer’s upcoming Predator 21X has a 21-inch screen, 21:9 aspect ratio, and 2,560 X 1,080-pixel resolution. Furthermore, Predator 21X is kitted out with a brand new overclockable Intel ‘Kaby Lake’ Core i7-7820HK processor and two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs in SLI, each with 8GB of GDDR5X memory.
Acer implemented a full-size mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Brown key switches as the laptop is very large. The company also said that each key has programmable RGB LED backlighting. Predator also has a Numpad which when flipped gets turned into a trackpad. Predator 21X is a bit exorbitant in price but if you really want to own the most expensive gaming laptop then you can place your order in February.
For those users who want something good at a very reasonable price, Acer has refreshed Predator 17X with a new processor and more discrete graphics. Predator 17X was announced to hit the stores in January at just $2,599 which is much cheaper than Predator 21X.