The Predator Triton 700 is 0.74 inches thick.
For comparison, the Razer Blade is 0.7 inches. The Triton 700 will ship out
with a seventh generation Intel Kaby Lake processor and NVIDIA's GTX 10- series
graphic cards, though which graphics card they will use is yet to be known. We
can assume that there will be different configurations for the Triton, having
at least a GTX 1050 Ti. It also has two SSDs, so you can expect some really
fast boot ups and 32GB RAM. Since it's a gaming laptop, it will have a
mechanical keyboard with LED lighting.
The 15-inch screen will ship out in 1080p. While this may come off as a disappointment to some, as 2K and 4K are already available, this ensures that more pixels are condensed into the screens. Personally, it shouldn't be that big of a deal as 1080p does boast some impressive textures on its own.
The touchpad, which is encased in a Gorilla Glass panel, is located above the keyboard. This is useful as it allows you to reach keys faster without hitting the touchpad by accident. The placement is most likely a choice by Acer to accommodate the graphics card and take a more universal approach to designing Predator laptops. The only problem I see here is that there won't be able platform where upon the wrists can rest while typing or gaming.
Details are scarce as of now but we can expect more news in the coming months about the Acer Predator Triton 700, which is expected to release this coming August.