Acer just unveiled its latest gaming laptop at IFA 2018, and it comes with a twist — literally. The newly announced Predator Triton 900 looks a lot like Acer’s other laptops, but with a convertible screen that flips around.
The screen itself isn’t a slouch, either. Convertible nature aside, it’s a 4K UHD touchscreen with Nvidia’s G-Sync that’s all supported by the CNC-machined hinge. The idea is that in addition to using it like a regular laptop, you’ll be able to bring the screen closer to you (and the front-mounted keyboard) while also being able to flip it around or convert it into a tablet.
The Predator Triton 900 also features the latest fourth generation of Acer’s Aeroblade 3D fans, a full mechanical keyboard, and a switchable trackpad with a hidden, light-up number pad underneath.
Acer hasn’t said anything about the specs for the Predator Triton 900, and there’s no word yet on what kind of processor or GPU it will have. We also don’t know a price or release date, but given the Predator line’s pedigree, it’ll likely be pretty powerful whenever it does hit stores.