Its name was first uttered without any warning during Acer Global Press Conference (GPC) in New York several months ago. Things have now changed though as just a few hours ago, the Acer Predator X made its first-ever appearance at the company IFA 2018’s GPC.
Designed to deliver extreme multitasking capability, the new gaming system is equipped with a pair of Intel Xeon processors which is something that the company has mentioned before at New York’s GPC. Once again, the exact model name for these processors was not revealed by Acer.
The company also stated that the Predator X will come with up to 12 ECC DIMM memory slots which should bode well with the system’s Xeon processors. Unfortunately, its RAM support and the design of its chassis were pretty much the only new information regarding Predator X that Acer has shared at its Belin’s GPC.
Meanwhile, we were told by Clark Gurden of the Predator division that the Predator X is still well under development for the time being which might be the reason behind the secrecy. In fact, he pointed out that the unit shown at Berlin’s GPC is still an early model and will likely to go through few more design changes before it is ready for the market.
At the same time, Clark was not able to confirm any release timeline or pricing for Predator X at the moment. So, we’ll keep you posted once we receive additional information regarding this upcoming beastly gaming machine from Acer in the near future.