Acer Introduces New Nitro Notebooks Featuring 13th Gen Intel Core Processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs
Acer today unveiled a range of powerful new Nitro gaming notebooks featuring the latest 13th Generation Intel Core processors and GPU NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series. Intended for casual gamers who want superior gameplay, additional features, and a more immersive experience. The new 16-inch and 17-inch Acer Nitro laptops are available in more compact, thinner and lighter designs and a higher screen-to-chassis ratio.
Whether it’s exploring the ever-growing catalog of game titles or working on video montages, the solid structure and the remarkable performance of Nitro bring users to experience a new level of play. The latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs are based on the ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture, delivering a quantum leap in both performance and AI graphics. Players can experiment virtual worlds more and more realistic with the ray-tracingfurther increase performance with DLSS 3 and thus gain an advantage with Reflex.
Here are the new Acer Nitro in detail
Let’s find out in detail the new arrivals at Acer for the Nitro group.
Acer Nitro 16
The new portable gaming Nitro 16 (AN16-51) has a 5% larger screen area than its predecessor and features an updated display from 16 pollici WUXGA o WQXGA with an update rate of 165 Hz which supports NVIDIA Advanced Optimus, allowing users to dynamically switch between integrated and discrete graphics without having to restart the computer.
It features a backlit keyboard 4-zone RGB, ensures brilliant colors thanks to the 100% support of the color range sRGB and an 84% improved screen-to-chassis ratio for a more captivating viewing experience.
Acer Nitro 17
Equipped with up to 13th generation Intel Core HX processors, all the power of the Nitro 17 is packed into a chassis that weighs less than 3 kg and comes with a design sottile of 400.20 x 293.25 x 27.9/28.9 mm. The 17.3-inch notebook comes in two different configurations of the panel: the first provides a display FHD with 144Hz or 165Hz refresh rate, the latter offers a QuadHD High Definition (QHD) display with 165Hz refresh rate. Available is a large touchpad (125.0mm x 81.6mm) , an 81% screen-to-chassis ratio, and a backlit keyboard RGB a 4 zone which adds a touch of class to the gaming experience.
The new Windows 11-based Acer Nitro notebooks boast a maximum of 32 GB of memory DDR5 a 4800 MHz and plenty of storage space until a 2 TB are M.2 PCIe Gen4, allowing hardcore gamers to keep more games, movies, and videos. Both laptops also come with one month of Xbox Game Pass or PC Game Pass, which gives users access to hundreds of PC titles.
These Nitro devices are equipped with two fansfour slits located on the sides and on the back, one air intake at the top and a new one pasta termica a liquid metal to help cool down during the most intense gaming sessions. Each of the notebooks is equipped with NitroSense software and a dedicated NitroSense key, which allows you to monitor platform temperatures, adjust fan speeds and general settings, so as to keep the hardware platform in optimal condition. Each model comes with Killer DoubleShot Pro and is enabled to scheda Killer Wi-Fi 6 1650i to provide more bandwidth. To enhance the gaming and streaming experience, these laptops are equipped with an HD camera, dual microphones and dual speakers with audio DTS:X Ultra that allow gamers to fully immerse themselves in enjoyable audio/video experiences. With few compromises in terms of connectivity, the new Nitro gaming laptops feature an HDMI 2.1 port, a microSD card reader, two Thunderbolt 4 ports with Power Delivery support and be ported USB 3.2 Gen 2including one for offline charging.
Prices and availability
- Acer Nitro 16 (AN16-51) will be available in Italy at maggio starting from 1.499 euro.
- Acer Nitro 17 (AN17-51) will be available in Italy at maggio starting from 1.599 euro.
Specifications, pricing, and availability vary by country. For more information on availability, equipment and prices in Italy, contact Acer Italy.
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