Acer also added the Nitro 7 to its gaming lineup today: A sleeker mid-range notebook that's even thinner than the Nitro 5. It'll also feature Intel's 9th generation laptop chips, as well as NVIDIA's latest GTX graphics (not the more powerful RTX). That makes the Nitro 7 a better option for someone who's mainly focused on fast 1080p gaming. Acer didn't specify which GPUs it'll be using, but a recent leak pointed to the GTX 1660 Ti and the GTX 1650, which NVIDIA hasn't announced yet.
With all of this new hardware comes some expected refreshes for Acer's popular Nitro 5 and Helios 300. They're both getting Intel's upcoming CPUs, while the Nitro 5 will sport GTX GPUs and the Helios 300 will get NVIDIA's RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU. There aren't any design changes for these models from last year, but the new hardware should help them maintain their popularity among gamers. And as a final surprise, Acer also unveiled a new 43-inch 4K monitor, which features a speedy 144Hz panel and adaptive sync.
You can snag the Helios 700 in July, starting at $2,700. The Nitro 7, meanwhile, will arrive in June starting at $1,000.