A multimedia monster
Acer today is invading the the U.S. market with its new Predator AG3 Series of desktops built around Intel's 4th generation Core i7 architecture, otherwise known as Haswell. The goal is to offer mainstream gaming and/or multimedia performance at a price point that won't shatter the bank. Towards that end, there will be range of configurations available starting at $1,000 (MSRP).
"Our new Predator AG3-605 Series offers a range of models to suit various power and budget requirements for those needing a system for games and other multimedia pursuits," said Frank Chang, director of desktop product management for Acer America. "Outfitted with fantastic audio technology and Intel’s 4th generation processors, these desktops give gamers and multimedia enthusiasts a robust system for enjoying the latest mainstream games, music and movies. Plus, the inclusion of solid state drives in select models adds the extra convenience of storing the PC’s current state, so users can pick up where they left off with ease."
The Predator AG3 Series supports up to 32GB of DDR3 memory. Select models will come with up to a 120GB solid state drive, as well as up to 3TB of hard drive storage, a Blu-ray drive, Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 graphics card, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and EAX support.
You can find the Predator AG3 Series at "leading retailers" now.