The limitations on current eye-tracking technology on laptops have however not stopped people in the gaming community from salivating at mere prospect putting the technology to work.
It is certainly a welcome option to the headsets gamers sometimes wear to enrich their gaming experience.
Eye tracking will allow you to use your PC without ever touching it, and many devices are using the eye tracking as a security feature.
There are already laptops available that have embedded eye trackers and some that support integration with peripheral eye tracking devices.
Already Microsoft has taken the lead and has added eye tracking support for Windows 10. Today we are running the ruler on the best eye-tracking laptops on the market.
What are the best eye tracking laptops to buy?
- Intel Core i5-7200U Dual-Core processor
- 15.6 inch HD
- 6 GB DDR4 RAM
- 128 GB SSD (boot) + 1TB HDD
- Higher price than expected
This Acer Aspire High Performance 15.6 inch HD laptop has an Intel HD Graphics 620 graphics card, an Intel Core i5-7200U CPU and 6 GB of RAM. The PC weight is 5.51 lb (2.5 kg).
With solid performance, good battery life and plenty of ports, this Acer Aspire laptop is one of the best values on the market with the eye tracking technology.
- Intel Core i7-8750H Six Core Processor
- RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666MHz
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
- Improved cooling system
This MSI GP63 Leopard-077 15.6 inch Performance Gaming Laptop i7-8750H has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, an Intel Core i7-8750H CPU and 16 GB of RAM.
This gaming laptop can run the biggest PC games at a recommended level. The PC weight is 4.85 lb (2.2 kg).
- IPS display, 144 Hz refresh rate
- Powerful enough for 1080p triple-A gaming
- Predator Sense with useful features
- Fast NVMe SSD
This Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming laptop has an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB graphics card, an Intel Core i7-10750H CPU and 16 GB of RAM.
The Core i7-10750H is an excellent choice for eye tracking laptops, but it is the only CPU that Acer offers with this model. The PC weight is 5.51 lb (2.5 kg).
- Wake on Gaze
- Automatic Stay Awake/Dim screen
- Gaze responsive keyboard lights
- Auto lock
- Non-upgradeable soldered GPU
Alienware 17 R4 is a solid gaming laptop with many incredible features beyond the Tobii eye-tracking technology integration.
It offers great speed and spots a 17-inch screen on a huge frame that turns the recent trend towards slim and super portable notebooks on its head.
Whether you will buy it for its absolute power or the eye tracking features is the question only you can answer.
Thanks to eye tracking sensors and software that PC manufacturers can now integrate into their products, users can now confidently describe scrolling, pointing, and clicking with your mouse or touchpad.
If you sort out the budget, anyone of the laptops we have reviewed here will give you a computing experience that’s still perhaps still ahead of its time. It is certainly a great time to be a gamer.
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FAQ: Learn more about eye tracking laptops
- How do you turn off Tobii eye tracker?
If you want to disable Tobii Eye Tracking, go to your PC’s system tray, double click on the Tobii icon and then click on the On/Off button to turn eye tracking off.
All computer eye trackers are safe to use as they comply with the IEC/EN 62471 eye safety standard. Keep in mind that your eyes might become tired when using eye tracking technologies for hours on end without any rest.
- What does eye tracking do in games?
Eye tracking technologies lets players enjoy a more immersive gaming experience and add extra input.
- Does Tobii eye tracking work with glasses?
Tobii eye tracking is compatible with prescription glasses. To avoid any tracking issues, make sure your glasses are clean and smudge-free.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2017 and was updated and revamped in October 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Milan Stanojevic and was first posted to WindowsReport