The gaming market has become more and more competitive over the years, but Acer is not shying away from being one step ahead of the competition. The very innovative Predator 21X has just been revealed by the manufacturer during a press conference in Berlin on Wednesday for the IFA 2016.
Equipped With Dual GeForce GTX 1080 Cards
Perhaps what makes Predator 21X ridiculously overpowered is the fact that it's equipped with two Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. No doubt, it's going to make Predator 21X perform extremely efficiently. The gaming experience will be twice as exciting with this platform and the Nvidia cards' Pascal architecture.
Images onscreen will seem more real for gamers. The Predator 21X will also feature Intel's Core i7 (7th Gen) processor. However, these Intel processors will be available in the first quarter of 2017. Thus, the Predator 21X might also be released in the same year.
Predator 21X's Eye-Tracking Technology
Gamers would not have imagined only having to glance at the screen to trigger commands when playing. However, the Predator 21X's eye-tracking technology feature will do just that. According to PCWorld, it will be integrated with Tobii eyeX eye-tracking sensor bar. However, Tobii eyeX's flaw seems to lie on its sensitivity in Windows 10 devices. Though it doesn't necessarily mean that all users will experience the same problem, Acer will have to make sure it perfectly tunes Tobii's eye-tracking sensors in the Predator 21X. Users will have to wait until the product is released to be sure.
Other Specs and Features
The 21-inch Predator 21 X's curved screen will be a first. It also comes with five cooling fans, a removable touchpad that can be flipped over to be used as a keypad and a mechanical keyboard that has RGB backlighting. According to Pocket-Lint, it also has six programmable keys and Dolby Audio, as well as subwoofers. One thing is certain, however -- the Predator 21X might not be the most portable of all gadgets, but its specs and features will definitely make up for its enormous size.