Acer Predator Helios 300

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    • 9th Generation Intel Core i7-9750H 6-Core Processor (Up to 4.5GHz) with Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
    • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Graphics with 6GB of dedicated GDDR6 VRAM
    • 15.6″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen LED-backlit IPS Display (144Hz Refresh Rate, 3ms Overdrive Response Time, 300nit Brightness & 72% NTSC)
    • 16GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD (2 x PCIe M.2 Slots | 1 Slot Open for Easy Upgrades) & 1 – Available Hard Drive Bay

$1,199.99

Ignite Fusion

Ready for battle and eager for a fight, the Helios 300 drops you into the game with everything you need. Only now we’ve armed it with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics, the latest 9th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor and our custom-engineered 4th Gen AeroBlade 3D Fan Technology. With the 144Hz IPS panel and 3ms Overdrive response time you can say farewell to blur and hello clear, crisp, high-octane gameplay.

New 4th Gen Aeroblade 3D Fan

Keep the performance up and the heat down with the 4th Gen AeroBlade 3D Fan Technology.

9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H
6-Core Processor

With a killer combination of smart features, the Intel Core i7 processor
is devastatingly powerful.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Graphics

Powered by a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU, this laptop delivers fast, smooth gaming experiences you want.

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Enjoy an incredibly fast 144Hz refresh rate and 3ms Overdrive response time in Full HD for frames that are crisp and clear for high-octane gameplay. The ultimate gaming display for enthusiast gamers.

Take Control of the Game

PredatorSense is the ultimate tool to control and customize your gaming experience from one place. Just tap the PredatorSense key and take command over lighting, fan speed, overclocking, game profiles and more. What else could you ask for?

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  1. Sames Luke

    The thing that most attracted me to these turns out to be the best feature – the comfortability. These were designed to be worn all day without causing fatigue and I found that to be a very successful design. The ear cups are considerably larger than most of the headsets I’ve used, and the gel-infused pads in both the ear cups and head band are really comfortable. Normally when I pull a pair of phones off after several hours there will be a little ring of sweat where the heat from my ears and head was unable to escape past the pads, but with these I didn’t notice that. For their bulk they’re not all that heavy – I have heavier pairs with smaller cups.

    I have a real problem with headsets that imply they have active noise cancelling when they don’t. These do not have active noise cancelling. The enormous and well designed ear-cups do an excellent job of “noise isolation” though. The “noise cancellation” being advertised on this product is in reference to the microphone. I’ll give Razer the benefit of the doubt that no deception was intended, but I really wish companies would stop using the term “noise cancellation” unless their product actually employs active noise cancellation circuitry.

    As far as sound quality, these definitely provide a good dynamic range and level of detail. They seem to emphasize mids and lows, which is perfect for gaming. The clarity at the high end isn’t as good as say a pair of studio monitors, but as these were not designed for that purpose I can easily forgive them that.

    The retractable mic is both convenient and very sturdy. The background noise reduction feature of the microphone works pretty well filtering out ambient noise but because it’s isolating certain frequency ranges to do it, your voice comes out a little tinny and flat, but very clearly understandable. I wouldn’t use these to record voice-overs for videos or anything that calls for full dynamic range, but for chatting and/or recording in a noisy crowded room they seem perfect. The mic is incredibly sensitive so you may want to start testing at a low volume.

    The pivots for the ear cups barely move at all – maybe 3 to 5 degrees of travel vs. most sets I’ve used which are usually at least 30 degrees and up to 90. I thought this would matter more than it did – it didn’t seem to have any impact on adjustability or comfort, but I found it an interesting point of distinction between this and the other headphones I’ve used in this quality range.

    The cord is generously long and covered in a tangle-resistant nylon sheath. The combined phone/mic plug is right-angled which looks a little awkward plugged into the provided extension/splitter cable used to break out the phone and mic into separate plugs, and I think might result in premature failure if used where it might be tugged on or pulled straight.

    Pros:
    – Unbelievably comfortable
    – Seem to carry away heat
    – Lightweight for their size
    – Good sound quality from the phones
    – Effective background noise filtering

    Cons:
    – None so far

    Good for:
    – Anyone who needs to chat or cast in a noisy environment

    Sames Luke