|Screen Size||15.6 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Processor||2.8 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||32 GB DDR4|
|Hard Drive||Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GTX 1080|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||2 hours|
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Acer Predator Triton 700 PT715-51-732Q Ultra-Thin Gaming Laptop, 15.6” FHD 120Hz G-SYNC, i7-7700HQ, Overclockable GeForce GTX 1080 8GB MAX-Q Design, 32GB DDR4, 512GB SSD (256GBx2), RGB Mech KB
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- 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor (Up to 3.8GHz)
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with MAX-Q design & 8 GB of dedicated GDDR5X VRAM
- 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED-backlit IPS 120Hz Refresh Rate Display with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
- 32GB DDR4 Memory & 512GB PCIe SSD in RAID 0 configuration
- Dual All-Metal Aero Blade 3D Fans with 5 Copper Heat Pipes | VR Ready | Customizable RGB Mechanical KB | LAN: Killer Gaming Network E2500 | Wireless: Killer Double Shot pro Wireless-AC 1535 802.11ac
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Take your Gaming with You
Get your game on—and take it anywhere with you! Designed for those with a need for speed, the Predator Triton 700 is no joke when it comes to serious gaming and epic performance, the surprise is the thin form with a chassis that measures just 0.74 inches. This frost-forged beast of a machine utilizes a powerful 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with overclockable NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics—with MAX-Q design—to put you in total command of the battlefield. Revolutionary dual all-metal AeroBlade 3D fans with 5 copper heat pipes—maximize performance and keep your rig extra cool under pressure—while an ultra-responsive mechanical keyboard and stellar audio capabilities deliver a gaming experience that’s second to none! The sporting cool black chassis with geometric lines is further proof that looks can kill. Leave the desktop at home, you don’t need it!
- 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor (Up to 3.8GHz)
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with MAX-Q design & 8 GB of dedicated GDDR5X VRAM
- 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED-backlit IPS Display with 120Hz Refresh Rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
- 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory
- 512GB PCIe SSD in RAID 0 configuration (2 x 256GB)
- Killer Double Shot Pro Wireless-AC 1535 802.11ac WiFi featuring 2x2 MU-MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz)
- Killer Ethernet E2500 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port)
- Dual All-Metal AeroBlade 3D Fans with 5 Copper Heat Pipes
- Acer Purified.Voice technology with two built-in microphones
- Mechanical RGB Backlit Keyboard with Customizable Lighting
- 3-cell Li-ion Battery (4670 mAh), up to 2-hours battery life
Take your Gaming with You
This powerful gaming laptop packs extreme performance into a thin, portable form factor. Go big on power and small in form with a chassis that measures just 0.74 inches. It may be light, but if you feel like plugging in something bigger, we’ve got you covered. With multiple display outputs, this laptop is capable of playing games in an immersive 3 monitor super-wide setup.
Extreme Overclocking Performance
Game whenever, wherever - powered by a 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor and overclockable NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics with MAX-Q design. From cooling to the Max-Q design, the entire system is geared towards one goal: overclockable graphic domination in a thin chassis.
RGB Mechanical Keyboard
The low-profile mechanical keyboard is super-responsive and the keys are RGB backlit (to the tune of 16.8 million colors) and can be individually programmed. Feel the difference with every press. Enjoy unlimited use of the keys during gameplay, combating the issue of ghosting, thanks to N-Key rollover (NKRO).
The Ultimate Smooth Game Play
The 15.6" FHD IPS display with NVIDIA G-SYNC calms the storm of fast-paced gaming woes by eliminating screen tearing. Enjoy smooth, tear-free gameplay at refresh rate of 120Hz for the best end-to-end gaming experience.
2X Aeroblade 3D Fans
Keep the performance up and the heat down. Two all-metal AeroBlade 3D Fans, uniquely designed to provide maximum airflow in the chassis, keep your gaming at a constant chill. Five copper heat pipes, yes 5, distribute and rid the Triton 700 of its excess heat.
3D Dolby Atomos Sound
Toss on a Predator Headset and transform what you hear. With Dolby Atmos, sounds come from all directions – putting you front and center. Regardless, headphones or not, you’ll like what you hear.
Take Control of the Game
PredatorSense is the ultimate tool for control. Take command over lighting, fan speed, overclocking, game profiles and more. What else could you ask for?
A durable Corning Gorilla Glass plate, just north of the keyboard, is the window into the notebook’s cooling system showcasing the AeroBlade 3D Fan and five heat pipes. It also doubles as Precision Touchpad, if needed in a pinch.
Killer Doubleshot Pro
With Killer DoubleShot Pro technology, choose which applications partake of your precious bandwidth. Even more importantly, you can use your wired and wireless connections simultaneously. Boom. You just doubled your internet.
|Predator Galea 500 Gaming Headset||Predator Cestus 300 RGB Gaming Mouse||Predator Cestus 500 RGB Gaming Mouse||Predator Mouse Pad||Predator Gaming Rolltop Backpack||Predator Gaming Utility Backpack|
|Why Buy Predator Gaming Accessories?||True Harmony 3D Soundscape Technology & Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound||World’s first dual Omron switch design provides two options to adjust clicks and a total of 70M clicks life span||World’s first dual Omron switch design provides two options to adjust clicks and a total of 70M clicks life span||Tightly woven textile design offers incredible control & precision tracking||Water-repellent & padded interior pockets||Cushioned mesh back panel for ventilated air flow|
|EQ controller switches between 4 modes – 3D soundscape, Sports, Movie & Music||Predator Quarter Master Software for customizing color, lighting patterns, sensitivity (5 DPI modes) and button program||Predator Quarter Master Software for customizing color, lighting patterns, sensitivity (5 DPI modes) and button program||Crisp and smooth mouse movements over the reduced friction surface||Dedicated headset pocket & interior headset strap||Interior headset strap|
|Retractable Uni-directional Microphone||On-Board Memory with up to 3 Profile Settings||Customizable ambidextrous designed with side panels offer up to 4 different usage mode for the ultimate fit and ergonomic comfort||Non-slip rubber base is sturdy and reliable in heated gaming sessions||Bottom pocket for power adapter brick and personal belongings||Water repellent coating protection and zippers|
|Soft leather large cushion ear pod and elastic headband provides comfort for long time wearing and noise-isolation for immersive experience||Macro Keys: 4 customizable macro keys||On-Board Memory with up to 5 Profile Settings||Heat-bound edges are durable & long lasting reducing the risk of fraying||Roll-up flexibility for Easy Storage||Bottom pocket for power adapter brick and personal belongings|
|Braided cable adds style and extra protection||16.8 million RGB color with 8 different lighting patterns||Braided cable adds style and extra protection||Oil, water and heat resistant||Luggage Handle Pass-Through Design|
Acer Predator Triton 700 PT715-51-732Q Gaming Laptop comes with these high level specs: 7th Generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor 2.8GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.8GHz, 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED-backlit IPS display with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 with MAX-Q design & 8 GB of dedicated GDDR5X VRAM, 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory, 512GB PCIe SSD in RAID 0 configuration (2 x 256GB), Optimized Dolby Atmos sound enhancement, Acer True Harmony Technology, Two Built-in Stereo Speakers, Secure Digital (SD) card reader, Killer Double Shot Pro Wireless-AC 1535 802.11ac. WiFi featuring 2x2 MU-MIMO technology (Dual-Band 2.4GHz and 5GHz), Killer Ethernet E2500 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port), HD Webcam (1280 x 720) supporting High Dynamic Range (SHDR), 1 - Thunderbolt 3 (Full USB 3.1 Type C) Port, 3 - USB 3.0 Port One with Power-off Charging), 1 - USB 2.0 Port, 1 - HDMI 2.0 Port with HDCP Support, 1 - Display Port, 3-cell Li-ion Battery (4670 mAh), Up to 2-hours Battery Life, 5.4 lbs. | 2.45 kg (system unit only) (NH.Q2LAA.001)
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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.
Performance is legit. Overclock is easy, just open the Predator Sense, and there are two additional level of OC to choose from. I don’t know why the middle settings. I’ve ran GPU-Z to check the clock speed, Boost shows up at 1618Mhz, and the log file actually even reached above 1700Mhz often (Turbo with Max Fan, on some games). Default clock speed on mine was 1290Mhz before OC.
Max Q design: I like how quiet the Max Q GTX1080 in terms of quietness. However, what I enjoyed more is the ability to overclock both the GPU and GPU memory. After all, I (my wife, actually) paid for a GTX1080, I get to decide what I want my rig to do. I’ve turned on Max Fan, blasting the fans just under 5K RPM with turbo, with audio at a decent level, it was a sweet. My wife didn’t like what I did, but she lets me have this cool toy, I have to push it from time to time.
Heat: The top portion, or the touchpad area did run a bit warm with CoolBoost off, especially near the left, after about 40 min of game play on Nvidia Surround View with 5760x1080 under the default setting, before opening up Predator Sense. There was an update after I opened up Predator Sense. It recommended me to keep “CoolBoost” on. After having the “CoolBoost” on, the system feels acceptable. However, on occasion, the fan seems to run faster (slightly louder) than when I turn off “Cool Boost.” Without “Cool Boost,” it seems like the Fan RPM is stuck at just above 3K+. So far, I decided to keep the “Cool Boost” on constantly.
It’s pretty awesome that this beast is powerful enough that it can easily drive 3 external FHD displays and have the ports for it. But, because my LCDs did not have Type-C port, I had to use a Type-C to HDMI dongle. That’s minor. Surround View is what I miss the most when I go to my friends’ house to play. They are too cheap to have extra displays waiting for me. You might have to play with which display is which when setting up Surround View.
One last point that I like to share, and, this might sound stupid, but I think it’s really cool to have RJ45 built into the system, especially for a gaming notebook this thin. I lost my HDD with all my game files. This saved me a bit of time downloading my titles. If I play competitively, I would think that a Lan line is important. [Those Darn Squirrels]
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.
* Sleek and light (considering the specs)
* Great performance (not sure if as fast as a desktop-class GTX1080, but it definitely has little to no trouble maxing out any game).
* Good screen (high refresh rate, reasonable resolution for the size, I have noticed no ghosting and no brightness hotspots)
* Nice integrated keyboard (mechanical, clicky, much better than a traditional membrane keyboard)
* No thermal throttling issues that I've noticed so far
* Good variety of ports available
* The trackpad is beautiful, but not practical
* The mechanical keyboard has less travel than a desktop mechanical keyboard, negating some of its perks
* The fans can be whiny and noisy, and it still tends to get a bit hot (especially the glass trackpad)
* The speakers are bad, lack bass
* Terrible battery life, even my GT80 Titan lasts longer (at least in stock config. I'm still playing around with it)
* Definitely expensive for the specs (you're paying a lot for the compact design)
All that being said, you'll probably use this laptop with its power adapter, a mouse and headphones, since it's a gamer laptop. That pretty much negates most of the drawbacks for its target audience: people who travel a lot and play games on their destinations.
So far my impression is that the computer does everything I want it to. I’ve played a variety of current games at very high settings and the experience has been enjoyable. Am I getting the highest frame rate that a cheaper home built desktop PC will get using the best components, no. Am I getting a play experience that meets or exceeds my requirements for portability and play most games I want to play, yes. There are many reviews that go over benchmarking so I won’t go over that.
- Other people have mentioned the overall high build quality which I generally agree with. The laptop seems sturdily built and will probably hold up to the amount of travel I do in cars/planes. Still, I plan to transport in a padded bag to avoid damage and prolong longevity. The weight is perfect. Heavy enough that I don’t feel like I will break it by opening the lid and light enough that I really don’t mind putting the laptop and charger in a bag and walking around with it for an extended period of time.
- Convenience features seem well thought out: usb port for a mouse dongle so it doesn’t catch on anything during transport, built in RJ45 port so I have once less USB attachment, relatively slim power brick for the type of laptop this is, and etc
- PredatorSense: Easy to use interface for someone that doesn’t want to or have the time to learn how to do basic overclocking or adjust other settings like keyboard lighting or fan settings
- Trackpad at the TOP: This may be the point that sold me on the Triton 700 vs other offerings. Most people will say that they are used to having the track pad at the bottom and the Triton layout goes against everything they know. I actually hate the track pad at the bottom as no trackpad has ever found a good balance for me between working when I need it to and not taking the random bumps from my big hands to send the mouse cursor flying when I’m just typing. I regularly disable the trackpad on other laptops I use and would much rather use the finger dot/nipple things. So the trackpad at the top is a huge plus for me. I don’t have to disable it and can use whenever I want without having to worry about inadvertent bumps. Good job Acer! Side note: trackpad on the right was not appealing to me as I actually use the number pad for work and I have not seen a good trackpad that can be used as a number pad when they occupy the same space. Also feels like trackpad on the right shifts the keyboard too far to the left for how I prefer.
- Keyboard is really a good tactile experience. Not sure how to describe this but others have said its “clicky-ness” makes it really good for gaming. Downside is that its more noisy than a standard laptop keyboard.
- There is a faint high pitch noise coming from the fan. I’m not concerned about the volume of the fan noise but rather why there is a high pitch noise. Difficult to describe but concerned it could be related to some kind physical issue with the fan (e.g. spinning off axis possibly leading to premature wear) I’ll give another update in a few months to see if this noise gets worse.
- I did notice the gap between the screen and the frame that another reviewer talked about. In my example the gap is fairly small. I could probably slip a few sheets of paper stacked on top of each other in the game but probably not a penny. Would have liked to see no gap but I don’t think this will cause an issue
- There is annoying startup noise that basically announces to anyone around you “I’m playing a gaming laptop”. I’m told that this can be disabled in bios but haven’t check how to do it
- Speakers are a little wimpy. I went from a Falcon Northwest TLR with excellent speakers but also bulky, to the Acer Triton 700. Only so much Acer can do with the space available for speakers. Get some good headphones.
- Cost…this is sort of a given. Can you buy a cheaper computer that can perform better? absolutely yes. Can you buy a cheaper computer that weighs less and has a smaller form factor? yes. Can you buy a cheaper computer that performs at a relatively high level for a gaming computer and is highly portable and light weight? ….kind of. The Asus Zephyrus is comparable product that attempts to address the same buyer and is cheaper at the time of this review. For various reasons, I prefer the Acer Triton 700. But it will cost you more. Some factors I didn’t like about the Asus: 1) the plate on the bottom opens when you open the lid. I see the benefit for airflow but in my experience, additional moving parts increases probability of some kind of mechanical failure. Lots of travel and bumps don’t seem friendly to this kind of design. Time will tell if it’s a solid design or not. 2) Trackpad is in an awkward position…see above highlights. 3) Other users have complained about the Asus Zephyrus screen. From my observation, I don’t have the same light bleed issues Asus users have complained about. I do have IPS glow but its not horrible by any means. 4) The Asus upgradability compared to the Acer has less options and less convenient than the Acer. 5) Not a fan of the color scheme 6) I actually wanted 32Gb of ram there are some other things but those were the main things.
Overall who is the laptop for:
- Buy if you place a premium on portability or travel frequently and are a casual gamer that plays a variety of games but do not need to play at a professional competitive level. To draw a car analogy: The Acer Triton 700 is like a high end sports car driven off a dealer lot. Its lots of fun to drive, will out drive most of the other cars on the road, and you can use it as a daily driver if you wanted. But if you were to enter the same car into F1, Indy, NASCAR, 24 hour Le Mans, WRC Rally, or any other large scale professionally sponsored racing event, you would not be competitive.
Overall who is the laptop not for:
- Do not buy if you demand highest possible specs for getting that extra n-frames per second
- Do not buy if you don’t anticipate needing to travel a lot with the laptop. There are heavier/larger laptops that are cheaper and perform better.
- Do not buy if you don't anticipate travelling at all. You can buy/make a desktop that will perform much better for less money
UPDATE: After roughly two months of use, can say that I'm still very happy with the Triton. One issue though concerns me as there seems to be some quality issues with the mechanical switches in the keyboard. I have intermittent use of my 6 and Q keys. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. In trying to trouble shoot, it appears that they are very sensitive and only register a key press if I hit the key at a specific angle. Unfortunately that angle is an unnatural angle for normal hand position on the keyboard. Thought about pressing down and wiggling as I've heard that has helped others but afraid I'll have the opposite effect of causing a complete failure of the switch and wont be able to use those keys anymore.