pcmag.comWe review products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Acer's Nitro lineup of casual gaming laptops will soon include the brand-new Nitro 7. Despite its palatable $999 starting price (high-end gaming laptops typically climb well above $2,000), the Nitro 7 looks good and has the potential to offer excellent performance per dollar based on the brief time I spent with it at Acer's unveiling this week. Unlike the existing Nitro 5, which comes in either 15- or 17-inch versions, the Nitro 7 will be available only with a 15.6-inch display. It's a good one, though, with the thin borders we've come to expect from cutting-edge laptop designs, as well as a high 144Hz refresh rate, which could offer a smoother gaming experience. The big unknown at this point is which graphics-chip options the Nitro 7 will offer when it arrives in June. Acer promises it will include "the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics," which suggests that it could sport yet-to-be-announced mobile versions of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 16-series.

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