The Swift consumer range from Acer has been updated. The Swift 5 from Acer now has a 16:10 Screen, the big news is that the Swift 5, the company’s consumer flagship, has finally made the switch from a 16:9 aspect ratio to a taller and more spacious 16:10. It’s the latest in a long line of high-end flagship items to make the switch.
There’s also a new Swift 3 version.
Apart from the aspect ratio, the new 14-inch Swift 5 appears to be very similar to previous Swift 5 models. It’s now heavier than it used to be (2.65 pounds, to the previous 2.31). It now comes with a 2560 x 1600 display, whereas last year’s model was only available in 1920 x 1080.
The Swift has been upgraded to Intel’s 12th Generation Core processors on the inside. It has a memory capacity of up to 16GB and a storage capacity of up to 2TB. That’s a lot of storage for such a compact gadget; last year’s model had a maximum capacity of 1TB. The Swift 5 from Acer now has a 16:10 Screen. Keep reading..
The keyboard has an “air inlet design” that allows heat to escape.
This Swift also boasts a fingerprint sensor (like last year’s model) and an FHD webcam with “Temporal Noise Reduction” technology, according to Acer. This type of processing can increase image quality, but it isn’t always the case, so we’ll give you more details in our comprehensive evaluation of the item.
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In June, the new Swift 5 will be available in America. North America, precisely, with a starting price of $1,499, which is slightly higher than the base configuration from last year. In March, devices will be available in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (beginning at €1,799), and in April, in China (starting at RMB 9,999).
There’s also a new Swift 3 on the way. Although it still retains the 16:9 aspect ratio, this device, which is more budget-oriented, has been upgraded to 12th Gen processors. In North America, it will cost $849.99; in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, it will cost €1,199; and in China, it will cost RMB 5499.