Acer Releases Predator G5910 Gaming Tower Into The Wild
The tower itself is daunting, and a serious looked. It's also enormous, so it'll probably be reserved for those with 2-bedroom apartments (as opposed to those tight studios). But of course, if power's all that matters, we're sure even those in cramped quarters could find a way. As for design, the top surface is angled and houses a convenient deck flaunting a groove design that allows different sized cables to fit in between, and in keeping with the overall bold design, the ODD doors have a claw-like mechanism enhancing the combat-machine effect.
The front of the case reveals another remarkable feature, two optional easy-swap hard disc bays, and within you'll find a 2nd-gen Intel Core i CPU, an H67 chipset, optional Blu-ray drive, room for 4 HDDs, up to 16GB of DDR3 memory and a very reasonable starting price. It's listed to go on sale in July for as little as 599 pounds, but we're sure the build you're after will demand much, much more.