The Acer Predator G5-793-72AU has a Strong gaming performance and an Eye-catching design that Includes gaming keyboard and mouse measuring 21.8 by 8.3 by 18.2 inches. It has a beefy hardware and performs well compared with other midrange gaming PC’s. It looks a lot like a gaming tower, the front of it bulges out at an angle and the side panels are mesh with a grid on the corners that help give it ventilation for the cases interior. On the rim of the panels it has a red LED strip and on the front panel there is another red LED under the power button. The unit’s exterior case is restricted to the front panel. The bottom half of the front holds the full-size SD card reader, a USB Type-C 3.1 port, a USB Type-A 3.0, and independent headphone and microphone jacks. At the top are six audio ports; S/PDIF and 7.1 surround jacks. Below those are four USB Type-A 3.0, plus the Killer E2400 Ethernet port.
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-6700HQ processor 2.60 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.5GHz
Memory: 16 GB, DDR4 SDRAM
Storage: 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD
Screen display: 17.3″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED-backlit IPS display
Operating system: Windows 10 Home
The external case is solid from all angles and weighs 17.1pounds and has a very nice red back to it. The Predator G1 is powered by two 230-watt laptop-style adapters. One of the Predator G1’s other unique exterior features are its pair of red headphone hangers All four slots are compiled by an 8GB DIMM in our configuration, totaling 32GB. Nothing will get in the way of removing and replacing the memory. The Predator G1’s port selection might not be as strong as that of a mid-size ATX tower, with “just” five USB ports. It plays new 2D and VR games about 14 inches tall and 5 inches wide 4K-capable gaming performance, it also has excellent cooling. Another cool feature is that it will slide out of either side of the G1, near the front, keeping your headphones and/or your VR headset off the floor or desk when not in use and has a creative case lighting, includes good-quality mechanical keyboard and mouse, and comes with a two-year warranty.
Also frustrating is the M.2 slot on the motherboard, you must peer around with a handheld flashlight before you locate it to the right of the memory slots, underneath the 5.25-inch bay. It is also expensive, large, and there is not much room for upgrades.External power adapters enlarge footprint, difficult to upgrade, SSD isn’t PCI Express, external supply power.
The Acer Predator AG6-710 (70002) is a mean-looking, powerful gaming PC, but it’s expensive compared with similarly performing desktops. And there’s little room for expansion.Predator G1 a fair value for a pre-built gaming desktop.