Acer’s Swift X packs RTX 30 series graphics cards in a thin and light body


Acer’s Swift series is the company’s main thin and light notebooks, which are designed to provide reasonable performance in an extremely thin and light body. The new product launched today has slightly changed its direction, trying to keep the body as thin and light as possible under the AMD Ryzen 5000U processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti. The result under this premise is the Swift X, which is only 1.77 cm thick and weighs 1.4 kg, bringing the “light gaming laptop” level of performance to a relatively thin and light business body.

Other Swift X specifications include a 14-inch FHD IPS panel, up to 16GB memory and 2TB SSD. Although it has a “light gaming laptop” graphics card, it is obviously a notebook that is business-oriented, so in addition to its low-key appearance, it also has a fingerprint reader that supports Windows Hello and a 59Wh battery, which claims to be 14 hours of electricity, but if you play games, you probably have to plug in the electricity to be more secure. Of course, in order to install a mid-end independent display, it also needs to emphasize heat dissipation in its internal design, including a specially designed fan.

In addition to Swift X, Acer also updated the TravelMate series of business notebooks, launching the P6 and P6 Spin. Both are low-key commercial designs. Among them, the P6 weighs only 1kg, has a fingerprint reader and infrared camera for Windows Hello, and a special screen privacy barrier switch; while the P6 Spin is a flip notebook version with built-in An active stylus.

Swift X is expected to be launched in the US in June, with pricing starting from US$900, while TravelMate P6 and P6 Spin are starting from US$1,300 and US1,400 respectively.

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