Acer’s Orion 9000 is so massive, it has built-in wheels

Acer’s latest PC is a many absolute ever, entrance versed with components that are prepared to pound any charge we chuck during it. Oh, and it comes on wheels.

The Predator Orion 9000 is a company’s initial gaming-oriented workstation PC, make-up a new Intel X299 chipset that give it entrance to a highest-end desktop processors now available, all a approach adult to a latest Intel Core i9, 18-core beast processors. Whatever we choose, you’ll get Predator-branded glass cooling to keep temps underneath control.

There’s a side window that looks a bit like a x-ray doorway interjection to a grille pattern that’s designed to stop electromagnetic division (is that a genuine problem?) and a whole smoke-stack of RGB lighting all over a appurtenance for additional customisability.

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And yes, it comes with dual handles and a span of wheels so we can drag it around your home/office/LAN celebration with palliate though causing yourself a game-stopping injury.


The new PC comes in about as many configurations as we can imagine, with adult to 4 GPUs during a time entrance in both dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti cards or 4 AMD Radeon RX Vega cards. You’ll also get adult to 128GB of DDR4 memory interjection to a 8 RAM slots enclosed on a X299 platform.

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At a time of essay Acer didn’t have an central recover date, though did state that it’d have a starting cost of a small $2000 (around £2000).

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