Aside from unveiling its brand new Predator Triton 700 gaming notebook, Acer has also showcased the Nitro 5, a gaming machine targeted at a more casual demographic. Despite not being as powerful as its Predator counterpart, Acer’s Nitro 5 brings with it several features that make it rather appealing.
Most of us don’t game very often, so purchasing a hardcore dedicated gaming notebook or gaming PC might not be so economically sound. The Nitro 5 gaming notebook, however, is perfect for these folks because it comes only with “all of the really important, necessary features without going too far overboard” according to Acer.
One eye-catching feature about the Nitro 5 gaming notebook is that it comes with Acer’s CoolBoost technology. This feature will allow consumers to fiddle with the notebook’s fan speed. This, of course, will result in better performance from the GPU and CPU as a result of the fan speed adjustment.
When it comes to design, the Nitro 5 is endowed with a black and red colour scheme. Not much was announced regarding the specifications of Acer’s new entry-level gaming notebook. So far, we do know that it’ll be fitted with an Intel Kaby Lake CPU along with either a GTX 1050 or GTX 1050 Ti GPU. Unfortunately, the local release date and pricing of Acer’s Nitro 5 wasn’t detailed either.