3.9 / 5 stars (38 reviews) - Solid build professional gaming NB - overclockable, 3 external displays, sweet mechanical KB, and killer double shot Pro.
Latest review: March 6, 2019 | Model: Acer Predator Triton 700 PT715-51-732Q
Notebook build quality is solid and stiff, just like what I expect on the high end system, with alloy LCD lid/Cover and body. The keyboard tray has barely any flex to it, very different from the MSI Stealth Pro that I have, albeit the Stealth Pro was much cheaper (GTX1060). I absolutely love that clicky sound, and tactile feel from the mechanical KB. The KB is not a full depth Corsair KB (K70) that some of my friends have, but I like the Triton 700 KB more than any low profile notebooks' (including the Stealth Pro) that I have had over the years. I do wish that that there’s some texture on the WASD keys... I am really impressed with what this beast can do. Oh, and if you like to game, buy yourself a decent mouse. I am eyeing a Corsair M65 to replace my current mouse. Maybe my wife will see this review, and surprise me again.Reviewed by: AMZN Customer | Read Acer Predator Triton 700 reviews...
4 / 5 stars Recommended - Acer’s streamlined Predator is the pinnacle of portable gaming
Review date: June 6, 2018 | Model: Acer Predator Triton 700
The Acer Predator Triton is an expensive gaming laptop with a lot of raw power. It has a responsive panel, an excellent set of mechanical switches and is aesthetically pleasing to look at, too... It is, admittedly, expensive. Still, with prices constantly falling it won’t be long till we see laptops of this calibre becoming more affordable. Right now, £2,300 is what you’re going to have to fork out for the best, most versatile gaming laptop on the market.Reviewed by: Christopher Minasians | Read full review...
7.5 / 10 - Righteous rig with a fatal flaw.
Review date: May 14, 2018 | Model: Acer Predator Triton 700
The Triton 700 has ridiculous specs and an eye-popping price tag to match, but it does have a few issues. The touchpad was designed with form over function in mind, and there's a few concerns with the Dolby Atmos as well. Regardless, this is still a very good machine with a fast display and crazy power all packed into an impressively small form factor.Reviewed by: Jason Cipriani | Read full review...