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Acer - Predator Triton 17" 250Hz Gaming Laptop Mini-LED – Intel i9-13900HX with 16GB LPDDR5– GeForce RTX 4090 - 2TB SSD - Abyssal Black

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Rating 3.7 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews

2 expert reviews

Expert rating, 4 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews.

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Laptop of 2023?

    PROs: Beautiful bright mini-led screen 16:10 aspect ratio is a treat (haven't had a screen like this in decades!) Minimal vendor software bloat (Acer does not even have a driver install tool) Innovative cooling solution with lower noise than most gaming laptops Build quality better than usual (highest of any Acer I've seen) Keyboard feels good (I'm not picky on keyboards) Performance is strong (trades blows with my 5800x/3090 desktop) Aesthetics don't scream GAMER LAPTOP, but has subtle RGB bling CONs: Battery life just okay Screen sits a little far away Cooling system noise is higher pitched (this may bother younger ears) Trackpad is oddly sized and placed (use tap to click!) Heavy, uncomfortable to have in your lap (mainly due to its odd feet) Minimum acceptable number of ports, a trend for gaming laptops (why not have ports in the front?) Replacing parts and deep cleaning will be more involved than usual (there is a teardown on YouTube, it’s like disassembling a smartphone or a handheld) NOTE: RAM is not soldered, I saw some reports of two 1 TB drives in RAID 0 but this configuration has one 2 TB Micron NVMe and I don’t see any RAID options in the barebones BIOS. COMMENT: Believe it or not this is the first laptop I’ve ever bought with my own money (usually I'm given laptops). I am happy overall and I hope this review was useful.

    Posted by SolomonHD

  • Rated 1 out of 5 stars

    Do not buy! Acer support is useless

    My display when showing HDR videos are overblown in both Google Chrome or MS Edge. Firefox doesn't support HDR videos. I have reset Windows back to factory completely clean. Also when scrolling on youtube, the video would flash as well. Updated the drivers for Intel & Nvidia. Reverted back to the drivers from Acer as well. Doesn't do it with an external HDR TV. Contacted Acer support and they are completely clueless

    Posted by Johnny

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great high end laptop. Gorgeous display. 64 GB RAM

    This laptop is fantastic. There isn't much online about it, and one of the main reviews didn't use the 'turbo' mode when testing. I can assure you it's in the top 3-5 laptops in today in terms of performance. The Micro LED screen is awesome: looks like an OLED, with occasional ghosting that find mostly goes away when you have it set to lower, more sane brightness. Keyboard has really grown on me, I like it a lot and I'm very picky about keyboard. It's membrane but very snappy, with a solid but completely quiet click and a strong return, which feels nearly mechanical. Same with the track-pad. It's more sensitive to tap-to-click than most track-pads so I'm adjusting to occasional extra clicks that are my fault. I was worried about this at first, but have now adjusted my own habits and things are working smoothly now. It's heavy, and due to the all aluminum solid construction, can be difficult to pickup with one hand. I recommend always using two hands to pull it out of your backpack or sleeve, then keeping a hand under to hold the weight. Don't do the single-hand pinch with this beast. It vents heat well, for extended gaming sessions. I got some little popup feet to give a slight angle and that has given me something to grip when I carry it, and a small boost to airflow. l highly recommend this laptop. You are getting a premium build, similar to Razer, at a much better price.

    Posted by ChristianW

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