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It’s barely even a category at the moment, but Acer has just turned the market for ultra-thin gaming laptops on its head. Applying innovations that haven’t been seen before to their highly-successful Predator gaming notebook formula, the Taiwan-based PC maker has come up with the world’s most powerful ultra-portable gaming laptop.

It’s called the Acer Predator Triton 700, and it uses a fairly unique design to deliver results that cannot be achieved on basically anything else that’s not an actual desktop computer. We’re not exaggerating here, if Acer is to be believed, then the performance that they were able to achieve with their new Predator Triton 700 rivals that of laptops that are up to 5x thicker than it. It stands at 18mm thick, and runs on Intel’s 7th-gen Kaby Lake processors with 32GB DDR4 RAM, and there’s two PCIe SSDs onboard.

The kicker: it also has a fully-backlit mechanical keyboard, plus a Gorilla Glass-protected touchpad that’s in an unconventional but supposedly optimal position. The Predator Triton 700 will go on sale first in the U.S. this coming August, and it won’t be cheap. It’s priced €3,399 or just a little around Php 250,000. Read on for more photos and a quick video!