Acer made a big splash at IFA 2016 with its new high-end gaming notebook, the massive Predator 21 X. We made our way through the booth to find it and, geez, calling the Predator 21 X a “beast” would be quite the understatement.

The notebook features dual GeForce GTX 1080 graphics chips, enough fans to make sure they’re cool, and even a curved display. As if that wasn’t enough to satisfy gamers, Acer tossed in Tobii eye-tracking technology which, during a brief demo, allowed me to look around the cockpit of a spaceship just by moving my eyeballs. Freaky stuff.

The notebook can be configured with up to 64GB of RAM and its own mechanical keyboard with CherryMX switches, making it the closest darn thing to a full gaming PC replacement we’ve seen in years.

No word on price or a release date, at least from the reps we asked at Acer’s booth, but you can bet this thing will cost an arm and two legs.