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Acer’s Curved Screen Predator 21 X Laptop Is Now Available, but There’s Less than 300 Left


Acer caused more than a few double takes when it debuted its Predator 21 X laptop last September, and not just due to $9000 price tag. The device features hardware better than many of the desktops on the market today, and they're complemented by a curved 2560×1080 IPS display.

By any stretch of the imagination it's a niche product, and Acer has reflected that in its manufacturing. On Tuesday the company made the laptop available for purchase and revealed that only 300 will hit the shelves.

Acer Predator 21 X Specs

The laptop is clearly targetted at gamers, evident in both branding and its backlit mechanical keyboard. More impressive than its looks, however, is what's under the hood. It's one of the most powerful laptops ever created:

  • Display: 21″ 120 Hz curved IPS display, 2560×1080
  • CPU: Core i7-7820HK, Quad core, 2.9/3.9 GHz
  • GPU: 2x Geforce 1080 in SLI with G-Sync
  • RAM:  64 GB DDR4
  • Storage: 2x 512 GB SSD, PCIe 3.0 in RAID 0, 1 TB HDD
  • Battery: Li-ion, 6000 mAh
  • I/O: 4 x USB 3.0 Type-A, USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3, 2x DisplayPort 1.3, HMDI 2.0b, Tobii eye tracking
  • Dimensions: 22.4″ (width) x 12.4″ (depth) x 2.71 – 3.3″ (thickness)
  • Weight: 18.74 lbs

Those are some insane specs, and reviews so far suggest that using it for everyday tasks is equally ridiculous. The laptop weighs a ton and is carried in a special, giant case. It's hard to deny its excellent gaming performance, however, and it can last a little time away from the power socket.

The result is a device that's almost sold out already. It's gone from the and the Acer store and is won't be elsewhere for much longer. Why anyone would drop that kind of money on a laptop is beyond me, but you can back order on Newegg if you're interested.

Ryan Maskell
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Ryan has had a passion for gaming and technology since early childhood. Fusing the skills from his Creative Writing and Publishing degree with profound technical knowledge, he enjoys covering news about Microsoft. As an avid writer, he is also working on his debut novel.

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