Acer Retries Predator DesktopCategory: Manufacturers
Posted: August 1, 2009 08:59PM
Back when Acer released their first revision of their Predator gaming computer, many cases were reported when the computer would overheat. Some incidences were reported to even have fire as the end result in the overheating matter. Acer is at it again however, giving users more performance than most mainstream desktop computers on the market today. The new predator includes an Intel Core i7 950 processor at 3.06GHz, along with 6GB of DDR3 memory and two NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 1GB graphics cards. A 1TB 7200RPM SATA hard drive is also included, as well as a Blu-ray optical drive and a bundled G15 gaming keyboard and G9 mouse. The most internet feature noted by most people is the special case design that Acer decided to go with on the Predator model. Oddly, the computer is only available in Japan right now, but hopefully it will make its way to American and European markets. Right now, the computer is selling in Japan for 259,800 yen, which converts to roughly $2,717.