Power up and go beyond — rethink tech with the newest release from Acer.
"Acer Swift 5"
While you carry the weight of the world on your shoulders, Acer’s new Swift 5 is the last thing that’ll weigh you down. With the lightness of less than 1kg from narrower bezels and its lightweight magnesium alloy chassis, this gadget is a companion that complements the on-thego achiever that you are while at work.
There’s more than meets the eye — packed in this super-portable 14-inch machine is the latest Intel Iris Plus Graphics and up to NVIDIA GeForce MX250 for higher graphics power. Users can also opt for the Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, and 8GB or 16GB of RAM support.
Being Acer’s first fastcharging laptop, the battery performance on the Swift 5 deserves the spotlight. You’ll get 4.5 hours of use with a quick 30-minute charge using the USB 3.1 Type-C connector, and up to 11 hours of battery life with a full charge so you can be at your most efficient anytime anywhere.
The slim body of the Swift 5 that is just 14.95mm thick isn’t the only feature that makes this laptop a beauty. Coming with a sleek backlit keyboard and available in stylish Charcoal Blue and Moonstone White, its universally appealing aesthetics will also have you looking good for both work and play.
With ultra-narrow three-sided bezels measuring at less than 4mm, the full HD Swift 5 with higher screen-to-body ratio comes in handy for your at-home movie sessions. The In-Plane Switching touch screen also gives an impressive 170-degree wide viewing angle for extra visual pleasure.
"Acer Swift 7"
Light, gorgeous and packs a performance. Here’s our review of the Swift 7 which also stole our hearts.
The Swift 7 is only 890g and is 9.95mm thin (less than a centimeter!) — perfect for those on-the-go. We loved how we could slip this into any tote and go anywhere with it.
Also built with a narrow bezel design like Acer’s new releases, this is a laptop with a touchscreen which can be a little sensitive at times, but makes work flow.
One of the best parts was the super-quick fingerprint unlock and its privacy features. It performs too, so it can take on all your usual work (but maybe not any heavy video editing).