Acer Aspire Predator desktop PC makes good
Acer from Taiwan is already the third largest vendor in the PC market, and has announced its Acer Aspire Predator desktop PC as well as the Acer G24 widescreen LCD display to accompany that gaming beast. Both models will be available to customers in the US, packing in top notch gaming specifications into a case that looks way too cool to be an ordinary PC, and chances are anyone who lays their eyes on it might be forgiven if they’re fooled into thinking the case might actually transform into a robot suddenly when nobody’s looking. Gotta love the deep metallic copper color it comes in, where the top of the chassis features USB and audio ports that are easy to reach, while a multi-memory card reader is located on the front.
What lies within the belly of the Acer Aspire Predator? Well, for starters, you have the powerful Intel Core 2 Quad processor to help you out when it comes to processing crunch, while NVIDIA’s GeForce 9 Series graphics cards will be able to let you enjoy even the most demanding games without dropping enough frames to render the title unplayable. In addition, it won’t rely on regular air to keep everything inside running cool – instead, the Aspire Predator will use an advanced state-of-the-art liquid cooling system that ensures all parts run at an optimal level without overheating no matter the processor-intensive tasks thrown its way. The Acer Aspire Predator is also accompanied by the Acer G24 LCD display, a 24″ widescreen LCD display to go along with the Predator’s stunning looks. You will find a 2ms response time, a brightness of 400cd/m2, a contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and a maximum resolution of 1,920 x 1,200. You will be able to pick up the Aspire Predator from $1,649 upwards while the Acer G24 LCD display will retail for $399.99.