ACER announced a new line up first gaming desktop PC series called Predator. According to the Source from Digitimes.com, the Predator offers a multi-card reader and Blu-ray SuperMulti burner optical drive and even offers a Blu-ray/HD DVD SuperMulti option. The front of the case is an Acer Easy-swap hard drive bay which allows up to four drives to be installed or removed from the system and also built-in support for multiple RAID types.
The system will based on an Nvidia nForce 780i SLI motherboard which supports 3-way SLI, but Acer is currently only offering dual-GeForce 9600 GT, 9800 GTX or 9800 GX2 options. CPU options include 133MHz FSB Intel Core 2 Extreme or Core 2 Quad series, and opted to include a liquid cooling system which it says reduces system noise and lets users push the system to the limit. Memory capacity also can be support up to 8GB DDR2.
Other features include dual-Gigabit LAN, onboard audio (with Sound Blaster X-Fi Platinum optional) and a choice of either Windows Vista Home Premium or Ultimate. Pricing and availability are subject to region, but it is safe to assume that the Predator will be nothing less than "very expensive."
I don't know if Brunei going to get one to sell. But I believed it won't be cheap either after looking at the configurations on their official website. If you are hardcore gamers, maybe this one might worth your money. But I still prefer custom build by myself. Well, the case is not bad really. The brand name is just a problem.