As users know, there is always room on the IT market for a new system, especially one meant for gamers, and Acer seems to have decided to expand availability of one that it has been selling since the start of the year some regions.
If anything, Acer has definitely been making a point of drawing end-users' attention on multiple segments of the IT industry.
As one might know, its main focus is that of mobile computers, be they netbooks
ones) and even tablets
Additionally, the outfit deals in monitors
and desktops, the latter being the product type to which the Aspire G3600 Predator belongs.
The G3600 is not exactly a new release, having been around for a while. We even covered it some time ago
What has changed about it is not its hardware or software, but the number of regions it is available for order in.
Specifically, where it once was up for order only in the US, the machine has now shown up as a prospective purchase for European customers.
For those in need of a reminder or update, the product uses, unsurprisingly, a second-generation Intel Core central processing unit.
Said chip is paired with graphics adapters from either NVIDIA or Advanced Micro Devices and complemented by 8 GB of RAM.
There is also enough room on the inside of the black, orange-accented chassis to add up to 6 TB of storage (3 x 2 TB HDDs), an ODD (DVD or Blu-ray).
Finally, the I/O options include a multi-card reader, Gigabit Ethernet and optional USB 3.0, among other things.
Sales of the Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit OS-loaded system will start in mid-April, for the price of 799 Euro. What remains is to see how many actual buyers emerge, what with the economic uncertainties in Europe.