Acer has unveiled new Nitro gaming notebooks powered by 13th Gen Intel Core processors and 40-series NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs. The new Nitro notebooks are available with a 40,64 cm (16") WUXGA or WQXGA display or a 43,95 cm (17,3") FHD or QHD display and have up to two TB of storage and up to to 32GB DDR5 4800 memory.
Acer introduces a line of powerful new Nitro gaming notebooks powered by the latest 13th Gen Intel Core(TM) processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX(TM) 40-series GPUs. The new 16 and 17 inch notebooks are aimed at ambitious gamers who are looking for improved gameplay, additional functions and a more intense gaming experience.
Whether exploring the growing catalog of game titles or creating gameplay montages, the Nitro's solid construction and performance will allow users to experience a new level of gaming, according to Acer. "The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics processors are powered by the highly efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture," the manufacturer informs. Gamers could experience lifelike virtual worlds with ray tracing, massively boost performance with DLSS 3, and gain an advantage in competitions with Reflex.
Two new Nitro notebooks for gamers
Offering a five percent larger screen real estate than its predecessor, the new Nitro 16 gaming laptop features an updated 16-inch WUXGA or WQXGA display with a 165Hz refresh rate that supports NVIDIA Advanced Optimus, allowing users to dynamically switch between switch between the integrated and the dedicated graphics card without having to reboot. It has a 4-zone RGB backlit keyboard and ensures brilliant colors with 100 percent sRGB color space support. The improved screen-to-body ratio of 84 percent guarantees an attractive viewing experience.
The Acer Nitro 16 (AN16-51) is expected to be available from May at recommended retail prices starting at EUR/CHF 1.499.
Powered by 13th Gen Intel Core processors, the Nitro 17 packs the power into a package that weighs less than three kg. The 17,3-inch notebook has several display options: an FHD display with 144 Hz or 165 Hz refresh rate or a quad high definition display (QHD) with 165 Hz refresh rate. It also offers a large touchpad (125,0 mm x 81,6 mm), a screen-to-body ratio of 81 percent and a 4-zone backlit RGB keyboard.
The new Windows 11-based Acer Nitro notebooks are equipped with up to 32 GB DDR5 4800 MHz memory and up to two TB M.2 PCIe Gen 4 storage, so that even more games, films and streaming content can be stored. Both notebooks also come with a month-long Xbox Game Pass or PC Game Pass, giving gamers access to hundreds of popular PC titles.
Equipped with two fans, four side and rear fan outlets and a top air intake, the Nitro devices are additionally supported by a liquid metal thermal compound to improve cooling during intensive games. They each come with NitroSense software and a dedicated NitroSense key, which users can use to monitor their system's temperature, as well as adjust fan speeds and performance settings to keep the hardware as cool as possible.
Each model comes with Killer DoubleShot Pro and is equipped with Killer Wi-Fi 6 1650i to provide more bandwidth. To enhance the gaming and streaming experience, these notebooks feature an HD camera, dual microphones and dual speakers with DTS:X Ultra audio, allowing gamers to immerse themselves in lush soundscapes. The new Nitro gaming notebooks also feature a handy range of connectivity options with an HDMI 2.1 port, a microSD card reader, two Thunderbolt 4 ports that support Power Delivery and three USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, one of which supports the Offline loading enabled.
The Acer Nitro 17 (AN17-51) is expected to be available from May at recommended retail prices starting at EUR/CHF 1.549.
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