Acer Predator Gaming PC
You’ll probably decide pretty quickly whether you like the Acer Aspire Predator’s looks. Those in favor will also find a higher-end gaming PC with reasonably fast performance and plenty of room to expand and upgrade. Not everyone will appreciate the Predator’s visual charms, but we recommend this PC to those who do.
Acer had great success with the Aspire Nitro V, a capable gaming laptop disguised as a mainstream model, but the company has decided that there’s no substitute for raw performance. It announced a slew of dedicated gaming laptops, desktops and even a tablet at today’s #keepasking event, which look set to rival the likes of Asus and MSI with top-end hardware and a moody angular design.
The Predator laptop has customisable buttons, which let you assign macros and actions when in-game in a similar manner to desktop gaming keyboards. There’s also a subwoofer on the bottom, along with an easy access panel for upgrading storage or RAM. The angular design and massive cooling vents on the back of the machine are more than a little reminiscent of the Asus G750JZ we reviewed last year, and it’s certainly not thin or light enough to carry around with you everywhere, but if gaming performance is all that matters it should be able to provide smooth frame rates at Acer’s typically competitive prices.
Video About Acer Predator AG3-605 Gaming Desktop
The Predator desktop is fairly compact for a gaming PC, with a mixture of sharp lines and angular curves. It certainly looks mean, especially with red activity LEDs and the Transformers-like Predator logo on the side, but the components within are a mystery. Acer would only promise “the latest graphics, the latest processors, and the latest chipsets”.
Image Source:Maurizio Pesce