Acer's Nitro notebooks put gaming energy into a daily case
Acer has revealed its newest Aspire V Nitro notebooks which are aimed toward players with out wanting like gamer laptops. Wearing primary-black, tapered instances, the 15- and 17-inch fashions nonetheless deliver the newest Intel Skylake sixth-gen core i7 and i5 cellular chips and NVIDIA GTX960M graphics with as much as 4GB of RAM. You additionally rise up to 512GB of M.four SSD storage (2GB when you go for arduous disks), 32GB max of DDR4 RAM, USB three.1 Sort-C ports and 40Gbps Thunderbolt three on the highest-finish “Black Version” fashions. All fashions may also be had with as much as 4K screens.
Whereas the Nitro fashions are much less flashy than the Predator gaming notebooks, they are not an entire lot extra svelte. The 15-inch “Black Version” mannequin does hit 5.07 kilos, although, which means you possibly can a minimum of slip it right into a (robust) shoulder bag. The promised battery life can also be fairly respectable for a excessive-powered pocket book, at as much as eight hours, however determine on a lot much less for 4K gaming, clearly. The Nitro fashions begin at $1,099 for the 17-inch mannequin and $999 for the 15-incher, however we might rely on much more than that if you wish to configure it with discreet graphics, additional RAM and an M.2 SSD. They will arrive in North America beginning in October.