I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
Well, this is insane...
It's 21 inches, so it's not exactly portable.
The size of the keyboard there is a pretty good indicator of how batshit-insane the size of this is.
Even more gimmicky than just being huge, though, the screen is also curved. Now there's no known benefit to curved screens, as far as I know: they are a bit of a gimmick. Look nice, but on a bulky gaming laptop? Not so sure.
While I don't have an exact spec list, this laptop will have the latest gen Core i7, a GTX 1080, and some other bells and whistles including eye tracking technology and 4.1 channels of sound built into the chassis.
I guess they have a lot of spare room in there!
Danny King | Community Manager | GameFront.com
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
My first impression/thought: that looks like a 3 in 1 copier.
Ofcourse laptops are not ideal for gaming but if you need to somewhat mobile and want a cool curved screen (I see no benefits either), this might be something for those with cash to burn.
11th November 2006
I think the "curve" might give a bit more of a living feeling to the image. Hardly anything you're going to notice, though.
While I won't buy it myself, it's beautiful as hell. Very sleek design. Very futuristic.
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17th June 2008
"Did you see those salesmen from Acer? They've got curved laptops. BIG, curved laptops." Seriously though, I've had my run with a 17" and given my travel experience, I'd rather go for smaller and easier to manage designs as long as it doesn't compromise the hardware. This is anything but that.
Huh yeah, whatever ^^
6th December 2006
"FileTrekker"It's 21 inches, so it's not exactly portable. […]
It certainly is.
I mean, just look at that one : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yac6YByAcRc ;)
3rd May 2016
broken image :p
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