Acer Predator G3 G3-710-UR11 Review: The Ultimate Gaming Machine With Good Starter Configuration
With everything from an easy-swap expansion bay setup to headset cradle, the Acer Predator G3 G3-710-UR11 is the ultimate gaming machine. It certainly has a unique, out-of-this-world design, which includes layered sections resembling armored tank tracks and an illuminated “Predator” logo positioned near the top, just beneath a triangular power button that glows with bright red lighting.Acer Aspire TC ATC-280-UR11 Overview: An Affordable, General-Use Traditional Desktop
With so many all-in-one machines, gaming desktops, business PCs, etc. out there, it almost seems as if traditional, inexpensive desktops are becoming a thing of the past. Fortunately, the Acer Aspire TC ATC-280-UR11 is proof that GOOD traditional desktops are still around.Acer Predator G1 G1-710-70003 Review – Some of the Most Powerful PCs Come in Compact Sizes
If you’re not fond of the large Predator desktops, this smaller model might be what you’re looking for. The Acer Predator G1 G1-710-70003 is a scaled-down version of the brand’s monstrous line of gaming desktops. Just because it’s smaller doesn’t mean it should be underestimate, however, as the G1 model is pretty powerful in its own right. Its 16-liter body can contain a full-sized NVIDIA GeForce graphics card, all the way up to a 1080 version.Alienware Area-51 Review: By Far the Most Powerful Gaming PC On the Market Right Now
The new Alienware Area-51 desktop from Dell comes in the form of a giant, space-age tower weighing in at 59-lbs, complete with excellent graphics and Intel Core i7 processor. It not only looks great, it also delivers strong performance.Dell XPS 8910 Special Edition Overview – An Affordable Option for Casual Gamers on a Budget
The problem with high-end gaming PCs these days isn’t just that they are expensive; it’s that they are overkill for the average consumer. Unless you are a hardcore gamer and want a VR-ready desktop, you really don’t need to spend more than $1,000 – $1,200 on a computer – you’ll just be wasting your money. The Dell XPS 8910 Special Edition offers everything you need for most games and it doesn’t cost a fortune. There is a VR-ready version available if you need it, but it’s optional.