Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Predator G7750 / ASG7750 / AG7750
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Acer Aspire Predator G7750-U222
5 July 2011
Summary: You'll probably decide pretty quickly whether you like the Acer Aspire Predator's looks. Those in favor will also find a higher-end gaming PC with reasonably fast performance and plenty of room to expand and upgrade. Not everyone will appreciate the Predator's visual charms, but we recommend this PC to those who do.
Pros: Distinctive design makes an unmistakable statement; strong gaming performance; overclocking potential; room to expand; front-panel hard-drive-bay access.
Cons: Design not for everyone; getting inside the case means detaching the front face plate; no Blu-ray; weak online support.
Excerpt: Last year, Acer officially bumped Dell from its status as the No. 2 PC maker in the world, and now Acer is hoping that its Predator can hunt down one of Dell’s most prized brands: Alienware. No, we are not making this up. It’s literally Alienware vs. Predator. Sure, we’re writing this while listening to that bootleg of the Predator soundtrack that made the rounds in the 1990s, but c’mon, what else could you think after seeing Acer’s Predator case.
Pros: Head-turning case.
Cons: Painful to crack the case open, and where’s the SSD?
Summary: Acer is known for its budget laptops and desktops but at times it comes out with gadgets and devices that are aimed at people who can afford it. There are many companies which have come up with powerful futuristic desktops and the Acer Aspire Predator G7750-U222 happens to be one of them. If looks could kill then the Acer Aspire Predator G7750-U222 would surely have been considered a mass murderer by now.