Acer’s Special Issue Various laptops of this type were designed to meet the mechanical strength of the body in a very pure body. Six months after the announcement of the Triton 300 SE, the company is releasing the Triton 500 SE, promising the same combination of respectable form and rat power. The Triton 500 SE can be upgraded with the 11th Core i9 generation, RTX 3080 graphics and 64GB of RAM. Even so, Acer says you can still get up to 12 hours of battery from the item, and it won’t be an empty pig, either. Naturally, the machines are designed for a group of electronics, up to 4TB storage suitable for games or, perhaps, video and video files.
Ahead of it, you have a 16-inch display, with an 87% body-by-body display, which has a number of options to choose from. Prospective buyers can opt for the 1,250-nit 165Hz WQXGA mini-LED power supply equipped with DCI-P3 color dye, suitable for professionals. Alternatively, they can go to play the exciting 240Hz WQXGA IPS with 3ms response time with NVIDIA G-Sync.
At the same time, Acer adds 11th generation Intel Core Small H45 chips on most of its machines. The Predator Helios 500, for example, can now have access to more than 11th generation Core i9 integrated with GeForce RTX 3080 and 64GB of RAM. The 17.3-inch display, too, can be a 120Hz 4K mini-LED or FHD 360Hz screen with a response time of 3ms.
On the front of the desktop, the Orion 3000 gets the advantage of the 11th Core i7 generation integrated with NVDIA’s GeForce RTX 3070. Nitro 50, meanwhile can be compared to the 11th Core i7 generation or the AMD Ryzen 5000 series along with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 Ti up to 64GB of RAM.
In terms of time, location, and quantity, the Triton 500 SE will arrive in the US in June, with the starting type (possibly carrying a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, RTX 3060 graphics and a QHD 165Hz display) for $ 1,750. The Helios 500, meanwhile, arrives in August, priced at $ 2,500, but has to go north depending on your preferences.
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