Acer is expanding its Predator line of gaming devices this year to not only include desktops and laptops, but also tablets and displays. The gaming desktop that the company revealed at the event looks stunning in its own way, as you can see below.
The laptop Predator series will be available in two sizes; 15-inch and 17-inch. It looks something of a mix between the new Alienware and Asus gaming laptops, which is not a bad thing. The ports include four USB 3.0 ports, one USB Type-C connector, HDMI and DisplayPort.
Acer is also looking to steal of NVIDIA’s thunder with its Predator gaming tablet. Like the NVIDIA SHIELD, Acer’s device supposedly runs on Android, and will feature two cameras, back and front, and four speakers. One of the main benefits of the NVIDIA SHIELD tablet was its ability to stream PC games from PCs to the tablet, we don’t yet know if Acer will be offering something similar with its Predator tablet.
Lastly is Acer’s first Predator-branded display. This 35-inch 21:9 curved display supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology for smoother frame rendering. It also has a refresh rate of 144Hz and has 9 built-in speakers, 9. Around the back you’ll find four USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, two HDMI ports, and two DisplayPort connections.
Acer didn’t reveal the hardware specifications for any of the PCs and tablet so we don’t yet know what to expect from them performance-wise. According to Toms Hardware, the display will be out in Q2 2015, the tablet and desktop in Q3, and the laptop sometime in Q4. Acer didn’t reveal pricing for any of the devices either.
Product image credit: Toms HardwareFurther reading: Acer, Gaming, Microsoft, Predator