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Here are all the gaming notebooks with RTX 30 Series graphic cards launching this year

By Rhyn Chan & Aaron Yip - on 27 Jan 2021, 11:10pm

Acer Predator

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CES 2021 brought about a ton of product launches including a ton of gaming notebooks powered by AMD's newest Ryzen 5000 series mobile CPUs and NVIDIA's RTX 30 series GPUs. Here's a super compilation of all the models that you can expect from the usual suspects including ASUS ROG, Acer, Dell Alienware and more.

Some details such as local availability and pricing will be announced by the respective brands separately, but we have included their US pricing for comparisons sake.



Acer’s simple lineup of their Predator and Nitro series has been updated with the new RTX 30 series GPUs. For their full catalog, you can browse their online store right over here.


Predator Triton 300 SE

Predator Triton 300 SE

Starting off with the Predator Triton 300 SE, this model has been refreshed with the 11th Gen Intel Core H35 Processor which can boost up to 5GHz, and it comes paired with an RTX 3060. Weighing at just 1.7kg, this lightweight gaming laptop is equipped with a 1080p, 144Hz high refresh rate display and priced at USD$1399.99.


Predator Helios 300

Predator Helios 300

For those who seek more power, the Helios 300 now includes an RTX 3080 that is configurable with up to 32GB of RAM and a 240Hz IPS display. This model is available in the American market starting at USD$1249.99 from February onwards.


Nitro 5

Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop

The Nitro 5 series is the only model from Acer that allows you to choose either Intel’s Core H35 series processors or AMD’s latest Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors.

Available in either 15.6-inch or 17.3-inch displays, these can be configured with either a QHD display running at 165Hz refresh rate, or a FHD display at 360Hz. Both panels covers 100% of the sRGB gamut and comes with up to 32GB of RAM and two slots of storage on M.2 PCIe and SATA.

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