Sunday, 12 September 2010

New Acer Aspire Predator G Gaming Desktop Available in Japan Acer Aspire Predator G7750-A64 to Retail for $3,170 in February

I m not a big fan of desktops anymore although I still do understand
their purpose on Earth. Furthermore, a gaming rig like the new Acer
Aspire G Predator G7750-A64 can t be simply ignored, can it? Acer has
decided to upgrade the G7710-A41 model launched last year and the new
machine will be available in Japanese stores this February for the
astronomical sum of $3,170.
The new Predator G desktop is pretty much similar to its older brother
although it does come with some interesting new specs like the Core
i7-960 processor clocking at 3.20GHz and the new dual NVIDIA GTX 260
video cards. But here s a complete specs and features list for you:CPU:
Intelยฎ CoreTM i7-960 3.20GHz / 8MB Smart Cache Chipset: Intelยฎ X58 +
ICH10R 6GB of DDR3 1333 MHz SDRAM standard two NVIDIA GTX260 graphics
cards 1TB 7200rpm, SATA HDD 12-in-1 card reader Blu-ray Disc drive HD
audio, 7.1 Channel / EAX 5.0 2.5W external speaker Two 10/100/1000 Mbps
Gigabit Ethernet ports connectivity: 10 USB ports, headphone and
microphone jack, IEEE 1394 port, PS 2 keybord and mouse support, 2
Ethernet ports, 5 audio jacks, 4 DVI-I ports, 1 S/PDIF jack, 2 ESATA
ports Bundled software: Acer Arcade Deluxe, Acer Back Up Manager, Acer
eRecovery Management, Adobe Reader 9, eSobi (90-Day Trial), McAfee
Internet Security (60-Day Trial), MyWinLocker,, Nero 9 Essentials
Writing Software, CyberLink PowerDirector Dimensions: 190 (W) x 490 (D)
x 430 (H) mm Weight: 20.7Kg
Now if I was a serious gamer, I d be very interested in getting this
baby ready for some hardcore online play, but since I am not, I ll let
you guys figure out how to save all that cash needed to purchase one.
And you still have some time to do it until Acer announces worldwide
availability dates. Oh and did I mention that the price of the new
Aspire Predator G gaming desktop doesn't include the cost of a proper
gaming-oriented monitor?
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