After Asus is now also Acer ready with new ultra-slim laptops with Intel’s latest processor technology. Both the Acer Swift 3 and Swift 5 also come with the 11th generation Intel Core processor, just as the latter machine is certified according to Intel’s so-called Evo platform. This means that the Swift 5 meets a number of strict requirements for consistently short response times, instant wake-up, long battery life and fast charging – all to make the user experience as immediate and mobile as possible.
Acer Swift 3
The smallest model in the Swift series comes in two different versions with Intel Core i5 and Core i7 respectively. Intel Iris X, Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 are also included.
Like the new one Asus Zenbook S also comes Acer Swift 3 with a screen in 3: 2 format.
With a size of 13.5 ″ and a resolution of 2256 x 1504 pixels, one model (SF313-53) is still a bit smaller than the competitor. This machine weighs 1.19 kg and measures only 15.95 mm at its thinnest.
The Acer Swift (SF314-59) comes in return with a 14 ″ screen with Full HD resolution. It also measures only 15.95 mm in the slimmest place, but weighs with its 1.2 kilos a little more than (SF313-53).
Both versions come with up to 16 GB LPDDR4X RAM as well as SSD storage.
Acer Swift 5
As I said, Swift is certified according to Intel’s Evo platform, which specifically means that the machine is optimized to be as mobile as possible, without compromising performance.
Swift 5 comes with up to 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor as well as Intel Iris X graphics. The screen is 14 ″ with Full HD resolution surrounded by an ultra-thin frame. The so-called Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass from Corning ensures that the sensitive touch screen does not become a petri dish of bacteria and viruses!
Price and availability
Acer Swift 3 will hit stores in the Nordic countries during November. The price for the cheapest model is 12,990 kroner.
The Acer Swift 5 will also be on the market in November at a suggested retail price of NOK 10,490.