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The thin but not terribly light Predator Triton 700 and midrange Predator Helios 300 make their debut.
One of the new system's novelties is the transparent Gorilla Glass SR+ touchpad located above the keyboard, showing off the dual fans.
Someone trying out the Triton 700.
Two USB 3 Type -A plus headphone and (I think) mic.
Yup, it's thin.
I was hoping we'd be able to convey how fingerprint-covered the touchpad gets, but you can't really see it in this picture.
Also, still thin.
There's a USB-C/Thunderbolt connector for an external monitor, an always-on USB Type-A connector and Ethernet.
No fancy thin-bezel displays for the Predators!
This midrange model strikes me as slightly less flashy than the traditional Predator 15 and 17. But it still proclaims, "I game!"
It includes all the essentials, like a colored backlit keyboard.
Still red and black, but a slightly different look than the older models.
USB-C Thunderbolt, HDMI, an always-on USB 3 Type-A, and -- wait for it -- an SD card slot!
This is plenty thin as far as I'm concerned -- weight is far more important.
On its left, the Helios 300 has two USB 3 Type-A connectors and a headphone jack.
Yup, it's a Predator.
As you'd expect.
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