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Acer Predator G9-793-75KJ Specs

Processor Type Intel Core i7
Operating System Windows 10
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 17.3"
Storage Capacity 6000TB
Weight 4.2kg
Material Plastic
Packaging Data
Warranty 3 Years
Webcam Resolution 9MP
Optical Drive
Blu-ray Writer
DVD Writer
Wifi Standard 802.11ac
Battery Life 3h
Battery Capacity 6000mAh
Backlit Keyboard
Fingerprint Reader
Detachable Screen
Touch Screen
Face Scanner
Connector Ports
USB 3.0
USB Type-C
Card Reader
Display Port
Headphone Jack

Acer Predator G9-793-75KJ Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-08-11
Powerful, Beautiful screen, Lovely backlit keyboard, Excellent soundHeavy, expensive
In recent years, gaming notebooks have been steadily leaning towards becoming as thin and light as possible. Acer's Predator 17 doesn't just buck this trend, it clearly decloaks, practically sneers and growls at it, defiantly going in the complete opposit...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-15
Features one of the best laptop keyboards ever, "Extra fan" gimmick is satisfying to swapFans are loud, even at idle, 980M is handily outpaced by desktop 980-packing laptops, Screen's viewing angles are poor
As far as overwrought laptop gimmicks go, the Acer Predator 17 has one of the more ridiculous ones I've seen. Get this: With the push of a button, you can eject the Predator 17's increasingly-retro optical drive, then throw it in the trash and replace it...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-21
optical drive or additional fan, useful tools (Dust Defender etc.), USB 3.1 Type C incl. Thunderbolt 3, UHD panel with big color space, low temperature, extensive lighting, premium performance, useful battery life, good input devices, big storage capacit...battery drains under full load (mains operation), G-Sync only available on external displays, GPU throttling in extreme scenarios, rubber coating smells unpleasant, heavy and bulky chassis, questionable design elements, suboptimal position of the keyboar...
4K bolide. In 2015, Acer created uniquely looking gaming notebooks with the Predator series. In order to not fall behind the competition, the manufacturer launches a refresh now, which is better than the old model in many aspects. We have reviewed an espe...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-02
Unashamedly large, extremely powerful and housing more fans than a wind farm, it can hunt down and play games at a quality you'd normally believe was only possible on a desktop gaming PC. In many ways, the Acer Predator looks exactly how you'd expect — i...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-08
GTX 980M graphics for less than competing brands, Excellent thermals, Zero complaints about the trackpad, Great audio experienceRubberised finish attracts dirt quickly and is difficult to clean, No GSYNC on the builtin display, Wrist placement is uncomfortable due to sharp front edge
From the perspective of manufacturers making notebooks and marketing them to gamers, the benefits of associating themselves with a hobby that sees growth every year are clear. Providing the best chassis and hardware selection possible, and adding the term...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Sheer power, Stunning sound - best we've ever heard on a laptop, Top end graphics, DVD driveVery heavy, Keyboard is too far from the edge of the machine, Video playback quality doesn't reflect the very high resolution graphics, Style will not appeal to everyone, Very loud fan
The Acer Predator 17 has a 17.3in screen, uses Windows 10, and features an Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6Ghz processor with a 1000GB hard disc and 256GB solid state disc. It's a top end gaming laptop...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-01
Awesome power, Sensible design, Wonderful keyboardQuestionable utility, Weak trackpad, Not quite VRready
You might not want to carry your laptop or upgrade your gaming PCIt's easy to see why PC makers are targeting gamers — what other consumer demographic is willing to pay high prices for premium Windows hardware? But the problem with PC gamers is that many...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
bright and high-contrast IPS display, comfortable touchpad surface, USB 3.1 with Thunderbolt, good build quality, cool palm rest, replaceable optical drive, illuminated keyboard, very good battery runtime, useful tools, high performanceCPU Turbo cannot be utilized completely, GTX 970M with 3 GB RAM instead of 6 GB, GPU throttles in extreme situations, pretty high noise development, G-Sync only for external monitors, heavy chassis, limited maintenance, battery is drained under maximum l...
The hunt continues. The Predator 17 is the second device from Acer's new gaming series. Despite the bulky chassis, the cooling solution cannot completely convince us...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-05
nice looking and sturdily built; excellent display, keyboard and trackpad; fast performance and do traces of throttling; runs cool and quiet; packs a large batterytall and uncomfortable front edge; many LEDs that won't shut off; slow WiFi once you get away from the router; no GSync support
Back in April Acer unveiled their plan to venture into the competitive segment of gaming machines, with a Predator line that would include laptops, desktops, monitors and even a tablet.Several months later the Predator notebooks are only weeks away from h...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-31
Superb audio, Good Performance, Amazing Battery LifeBulky and heavy, Lack of 4K display, A bit on the expensive side
Gaming laptop manufacturers love to name their laptops like beasts waiting to pounce at you. Take the Acer Predator 17 that I received a few days back- it's definitely a very aggressive looking laptop. But does it perform as well as it sounds? Lets find o...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-25
Scythes through any game at 1080p, Impressive keyboard and trackpad, Good screen and speakers, Surprisingly good battery lifeRivals offer slightly better screen and sound, Heavy and bulky build, Mediocre SSD, Divisive design
What is the Acer Predator 17? The latest gaming laptop to thud onto my desk isn't from one of the big names in this market – instead, it's from Acer. The Predator 17 marks a renewed attempt by this famous firm to crack the growing gaming notebook sector...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-21
The Acer Predator 17 is not just a good first-shot from a relatively new gaming line, it's a darn good notebook in and of itself. This laptop is large enough to give you a full gaming experience without being so bulky you'll never move it from your desk...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-19
Spec'd very well, No bloatware, Steam preinstalled, Screen offers great viewing angles, and is also nonreflective, Great keyboard with coloured lighting underneath, Macro keys, Two highspeed networking options via Killer NIC, Removable optical drive and b...Big and heavy, No 4K screen, and no touch, Sound doesn't really feel fleshed out or spatial, Occasional bugs
Not every PC should be treated the same, and Acer's Predator 17 looks to prove it, skipping past the slim and minimalistic design most laptops features these days, opting for something meaty, angry, and looking to conquer your gaming needs. Does it succee...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Predator 17 is a genuinely impressive-looking machine for those who like to show off. There's a pair of lit-up red tracers and a red-backlit Predator logo on the lid, with red highlights on the fake front-facing speaker grill, the W, A, S, D and arrow...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-30
Fantastic performance, Striking design, Long battery life, Useful softwareMonitor maxes out at 1080p, Lacks Nvidia GSync
The Acer Predator 17 ($2,600) is a monster gaming laptop with a high asking price, but it offers something very worthwhile in return for your investment. It has some cool proprietary software and flashy lights, but ultimately, you'll want it because it's...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-18
Glorious gaming performance, Superb sound, Class-leading battery lifeExpensive, Huge and heavy
The Acer Predator 17 is a ponderous 8.7-pound slab with a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor, a whopping 32GB of DDR4 memory, Nvidia's meanest mobile graphics in the form of the GeForce GTX 980M, a 512GB Samsung NVMe solid-state drive plus a...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-16
It is no surprise that all the major PC makers have launched new gaming computers this year. Gaming may be a niche segment, but it is a thriving oasis compared to the rest of the PC industry.In fact, graphics chipmaker Nvidia reported last month that reve...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-15
Solid build quality, Pleasant keyboard and touchpad, Loud, bass-heavy sound system, Excellent performance in all areas, Surprisingly long battery life, Bundled gaming mouseDerivative design, Mediocre display
Acer has long had a presence in PC gaming, not only through its Predator sub-brand but also through a variety of systems that, while not explicitly design for games, offer strong hardware for the price. The best current example of this is Acer's Aspire V1...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Appealing, sleek and aggressive design with premium materials, Solid construction, Excellent cooling system, Perfect display suitable not only for gaming, but for professional photo and video editing as well, Comfortable keyboard and touchpad, A wide vari...Bulky and heavy (4.163 kg), The additional fan module doesn't do anything, Doesn't support G-Sync on the integrated display
It's virtually impossible not to hear about the new high-end gaming Predator line from Acer, this is, of course, if you like gaming hardware. The focus of this review is the Predator gaming notebook, more precisely the 17.3-inch variant. This is the first...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Display, Design, PowerfulBulky, Heavy
Unveiled at IFA 2015, the Acer Predator 17 is a top-end gaming laptop, one set to sit among the most expensive and capable portable(ish) systems of 2016. It's a pretty important machine.It's going to duke it out with the Asus ROG G752 as one of the bigges...
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