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Acer announces new gaming lineup for 2020

Today, Acer hosted a live digital event to showcase its wide selection of upcoming products and equipment. Of particular note are some of its new gaming-focused machines under the Predator banner. They have some new gaming laptops, updated gaming desktops, and new high-performance gaming monitors. Read on for details on Acer's new line of new games.

Acer announced a 2020 update to its high-performance laptop beast. This is a gaming laptop designed to be more like a desktop system when you need it. It has a convertible shape that allows you to slide part of the keyboard part out of the machine, thereby providing more powerful cooling to expand gaming performance. Acer calls this design the "HyperDrift keyboard" and says it provides excellent thermal management for this laptop.

In addition to providing the latest 10th generation Intel processors, GPUs up to GeForce RTX 2080 Super and up to 64GB of RAM configuration, Helios 700 is also equipped with a 17.3-inch 144Hz GSync compatible display. The

Helios 700 starts at $2,399.99 and will be available in the United States starting in October. More accurate information about different configurations and prices will be provided later.

Here is a more standard laptop design, but there are still a lot of grunts. Acer once again updated the model with 10th generation Intel chips and Nvidia's latest GPU. Helios 300 is equipped with a 15.6-inch 240Hz display and supports RAM configurations up to 32GB. The

Predator Helios 300 will be available in the U.S. starting in July, starting at $1,199.99.

Acer's thin and light gaming console is designed to provide excellent gaming performance with a compact body. The machine weighs 4.63 pounds, is only 0.78 inches thick, and is designed with a metal frame. Similarly, the 2020 evaluation provides 10th generation Intel CPUs and Nvidia RTX 2070 GPUs with MaxQ GPUs. The

uses a 240 Hz, 15.6-inch display and supports 100% sRGB color space. The

Predator Triton 300 will be available in the United States in September with a starting price of US$1,299.99. Another option for the

Acer's relatively light game console is the Nitro 7, which is a 5.51-pound machine with a 15.6-inch screen and metal frame. Similarly, it is equipped with the latest 10th generation Intel processors and GPUs up to GeForce RTX 2060. The

Nitro 7 uses a dual-fan cooling system with four exhaust ports to ensure that it stays cool even during long gaming sessions.

This is Acer's budget game option, starting at $999.99 when it launches in October. The top gaming system updated by

Acer is 2020 Orion 9000, which focuses on the ultimate gaming performance. With the CPU option up to the 10th Generation Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition and the GPU option up to dual GeForce RTX 2080 Ti in SLI mode, this is enough to handle any game with high resolution and frame rate. It is equipped with a handle and even a set of wheels to move the system easily. Updated

fans provide 16% airflow than the previous model, and dim internal components, making the wide RGB lighting really stand out. The

is priceless and has no release date in the US, but will launch in Europe in October. to 2,799 Euros. Next on the

list is the slightly more traditional Orion 3000, which is a mid-size standard tower design designed to easily fit into your gaming space. It is equipped with up to 10th Gen Intel i7 CPU and up to RTX 2060 Super GPU. The

Orion 3000 has been confirmed to launch in the United States in September, with a starting price of $ 999.99.

This is Acer's new entry-level gaming desktop, designed to provide stable gaming performance at an affordable price. It has been updated to be equipped with the latest 10th generation Intel CPU, providing GPUs up to GeForce RTX 2060 Super, and providing up to 64GB of RAM configuration. It is housed in an attractive compact case, and certainly not as gorgeous as other gaming desktops. The

Nitro 50 will be available in the United States in September, with a starting price of $799.99.

This is Acer’s impressive new gaming monitor, providing 360Hz support, fully compliant with Gsync, 1080p. The

AdaptiveLight function illuminates the area behind and around the monitor in colors that match the actions on the screen. This aims to make the game more immersive and reduce eye strain.

LightSense looks at the display by detecting the ambient lighting conditions nearby and automatically adjusts the brightness settings to suit the surrounding environment.

But new gaming hardware is not a must for Acer.

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