During IFA this week, Acer unveiled a number of new laptops, but one was definitely the highlight of the show and that is the Predator 21 X.
Designed to be an awesome gaming laptop, it features a 21-inch curved ultra-wide display, making it the world’s first curved screen laptop according to Acer. That display also sports a 2,560 x 1,080 pixel resolution with NVIDIA G-Sync support to boot.
The laptop also features Tobii eye tracking to help you aim and look around paths with just your eyes, alongside a 4.2 channel audio system, full-size illuminated keyboard with Cherry MX mechanical switches, and a trackpad/ number pad.
Inside there’s also a 7th generation Core processor and GeForce GTX 1080 graphics.
Acer hasn’t said how much the Predator 21 X will cost, but they did say that it will launch sometime in the first quarter of 2017.