Acer launches premium gaming laptop ‘Predator Helios 300’

Acer announced on the 20th that it will launch a premium gaming laptop ‘Predator Helios 300’ for hardcore gamers.

The new product provides gamers with an optimal gaming environment with enhanced performance from processor and graphic card to thermal management and display.

Intel 12th generation Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card provide the best environment for high-end gaming, video editing, coding, streaming, and design work.

DDR5 memory capable of fast data processing and PCIe Zen 4 SSD doubles the powerful performance. Efficient battery use is possible with Nvidia Advanced Optimus technology that changes the use of internal and external graphics cards without rebooting.

Predator cooling system, which is a heat management function, can maintain the optimum temperature without compromising performance even when working for a long time. The latest central processing unit (CPU) heat management system, ‘Liquid Metal,’ ‘5th Generation Aero Blade 3D Fan’ with 0.08mm thick ultra-thin cooling fan as its core, and ‘Vortex Airflow’, an internal air circulation system, meet the processor and graphics Maximize the card’s performance.

It also features a premium display. The 15.6-inch QHD high-resolution display realizes fast and smooth screen switching with 3ms response speed and 165Hz refresh rate.

Predator Helios 300

The RGB keyboard with mini LED backlight for each key provides an environment optimized for various games with low power consumption as well as aesthetics. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and a screen-to-body ratio of 87%, you can experience a 16-inch or larger screen.

The Killer DoubleShot Pro system with both Killer Ethernet E2600 and Wi-Fi 6E 1675i provides a smooth network environment. HDMI 2.1 port, Type-C port, USB 3.2 port, and mini display port are supported, so you can build a multi-display environment. The Kensington lock function is added, so you can use it with confidence without worrying about losing it outside.

By Jeong Da-eun, staff reporter [email protected]

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