Acer bolsters its premium gaming offerings with the Predator Triton 16 (PT16-51). A bigger version of the Predator 14 that as announced earlier, Acer’s new gaming laptop utilizes the latest 13th Gen Intel processors, along with the latest RTX 40-series GPUs, up to 32GB DDR5 RAM, and updated thermal management that includes the use of liquid metal for the GPU, dual 5th-gen AeroBlade 3D fans, and Vortex Flow Optimization.
Compared to other gaming laptops Acer has to offer, the Predator Triton 16 has an under 20mm thick chassis, making it one of the thinner gaming laptops in the market. Armed with an aluminum chassis, the Predator Triton 16 can be configured with up to a 13th-gen Core i9 processor with up to a 5.4Ghz Turbo frequency, up to an RTX 4090 laptop-grade GPU, making it one powerful slim gaming laptop. If configuring it with up to 32GB DDR5 RAM is not enough, you can spec the Predator Triton 16 with up to 2TB PCIe M.2 SSD in RAID 0.
The 16-inch display of the Predator Triton 16 offers a fast 240hz refresh rate, along with a WQXGA resolution, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, and support for NVIDIA’s Advance Optimus and G-Sync to ensure that you are making good use of its high refresh rate display.
You get Intel’s Killer DoubleShot Pro modem with WiFi 6E connectivity for fast and stable internet speeds, along with a generous port selection that includes a USB-C Thunderbolt 4 port, two USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 ports, HDMI 2.1 port, and a microSD card reader.
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Author: Duey Guison