Acer presents the first notebook with curved display

Acer presents the first notebook with curved display

Acer has created an unusual new gaming notebook called Predator 21 X. The most striking feature of the new tech wonder is that this is the first notebook in the world that comes with a curved display.

The Predator 21 X is the newest gaming notebook to come out of Acer and it offers hardware that beats the competition with ease. The notebook features a 21-inch curved display that works at 2560 x 1080 pixels and that offers wide viewing angles for better gaming experience. In addition to this the device features eye-tracking technology that offers completely new features in gaming. For instance the technology, which tracks the user’s eyes, introduces new interactions like aiming, identifying enemies and taking cover simply by gazing at objects on the screen. The display also supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology but this is not everything – the Predator 21 X offers 7th generation Intel Core Kaby Lake processors as well as two GeForce GTX 1080 video cards in SLI mode. Moreover the new Acer gaming laptop is equipped with SoundPound 4.2+ (4 speakers and 2 subwoofers), 3-way audio and Dolby Audio for excellent sound quality. All this hardware needs cooling and this is why the Acer Predator 21 X comes with an advanced cooling solution that includes five system fans, three of which are ultra-thin AeroBlade metal fans that dissipate heat more efficiently. There’s also a full-sized mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX switches with customizable RGB backlight settings for each individual key.

It is unclear when the Predator 21 X will be in stores but given that Intel’s Kaby Lake processors will be widely available in late 2016/early 2017 gamers will have to wait some more time before they can get this hardware masterpiece.

Source: Acer

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