Acer Swift 5 is a lightweight notebook and its chassis is built with the combination of magnesium-lithium and magnesium-aluminum alloys. It weighs just 990 grams and has a thickness of just 14.95mm. It features an 86.4 percent screen to body ratio thanks to its narrow bezels on the side and top of the display. It will be available in EMEA countries in September starting at €899 and North America in November starting at $899.99.
The notebook features 14-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen and comes with the support of Windows Hello through a fingerprint reader. The Swift 5 also offers a built-in fingerprint reader for Windows Hello-based login. It also supports Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3, for some serious connectivity options.
The Acer Swift 5 can offer up to 12.5 hours of battery runtime and can be quickly topped up within 30 minutes to offer 4.5 hours of usage.
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The update is to the 14-inch Acer Swift 5, which comes in at just 0.99 kg (2.18 pounds). For further color enhancement the Swift 3 also includes Acer Color Intelligence™ and Acer ExaColor Technology for enhanced, vivid images.
The previous-generation Triton 500 came with an Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 20890 graphics in a slim Max-Q design, as well as a display supporting a 144Hz refresh rate.
The new Acer Swift 5 weighs no more than 990 grams, and comes in at just 14.95mm thin - two of the reasons why Acer is calling it the "lightest 14-inch notebook" now available. The laptop naturally uses LPDDR4X RAM as well as a PCIe-based NVMe solid-state storage subsystem to provide high performance while consuming a low amount of power.
Other options are USB hub, camera for livestreaming, headset holder, and seat stabilizer.
Taiwanese electronics and PC maker Acer today launched two upgraded variants of its popular Acer Swift and Aspire all-in-one desktop ranges. Pricing and availability for the Swift 5 are not yet available. Actual battery life varies by model, configuration, applications, video chip format and features used.