Today Acer announced the first laptop to join their new line of Predator Triton laptops.

Called the Predator Triton 700, it has been designed to an ultra slim laptop that surprises you with serious power.

It features an aluminum casing that is just 18mm thick, which is not the thinnest available but is pretty thin considering the specs of the machine, which we are about to get into.

Inside of this ultrabook, you will find an Intel kaby lake processor of your choice, an NVIDIA GTX 10-series graphics card (Acer hasn’t reveal the exact options for either of these yet), up to two PCIe SSDs, and up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM.

Sadly, it does only have a 1080p display, but if that doesn’t bother you and you are just looking for pure performance on the go, then this might be something that you are interested in.

And if you are still not interested, then Acer is hoping to win you other with their mechanical keyboard that has LED-illuminated keys.

This keyboard takes up the entirty of the bottom panel, making it great for anyone who does a lot of typing or likes having keyboard space. It can be this big because Acer moved the trackpad towards the top of the laptop underneath the Gorilla Glass panel.

This might annoy you, but if you are gaming, you are probably going to use an external mouse anyway.

The Predator Triton 700 is expected to go on sale this August for €3,399.

We don’t know UK pricing yet.

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