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Acer's Predator line is one we've seen grow in recent years to become one of the premiere brands in gaming hardware. From exceptional build quality to impressive design, even on the affordable end of the spectrum that sentiment still rings true. As we find out in our review of the Acer Predator Helios 300 gaming laptop.

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In terms of hardware the Acer Predator Helios 300 doesn’t so much surprise as it does adhere to a well laid out array of silicon. Translation - you’d be hard pressed to be disappointed. From the workhorse Core i7 7700HQ to the GeForce GTX 1060 and the SSD plus additional HDD combo. Not exactly exciting or cutting edge, but for the price it’s indeed great value. The two obvious places where the Helios 300 might not compare to the more expensive choices out there, is with the standard SSD as opposed to the faster and newer M2 variant. That and the fact that the screen (at 60Hz) doesn’t feature G-SYNC support or a higher refresh rate.

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