Acer is stepping up its game with its Predator Triton series of gaming laptops. The Predator Triton 700 eschewed caution for a bold design that featured a see-through glass trackpad above the keyboard. It also packed in top-end specifications and an excellent mechanical keyboard, and the main drawback was the fact that the trackpad location just wasn't very practical.
The Predator Triton 500 follows a more conventional design, but it also feels more premium than Acer's other Predator Helios and Nitro laptops. For starters, the all-metal design is reassuringly solid, and it also features a relatively slim and light build that should make it quite attractive for those looking for a portable gaming notebook.
Here's an overview of its specifications:
The above will cost you S$3,198, which is no small amount of money. Do you want the Triton 500 for your next gaming laptop? Read on to find out.