That's not because the Swift 5 is a convertible, nor is it a tablet, instead, it weighs just 2.1 lbs, which Acer says makes it the lightest in the world for its classification.
Utilizing ultra-light magnesium-lithium alloys throughout the build, the Acer Swift 5 boasts incredible portability. The 14-inch IPS touch display, with tiny bezels, Dolby Audio and Intel 8th generation processors makes this a solid all-round Windows 10 laptop, for those who want a no-nonsense device for work and media consumption.
The battery life isn't particularly impressive at 8 hours, but clearly sacrifices had to be made to keep this laptop slim and light. It's also certified for Skype for Business, which not only provides a great video conferencing option, but also a great Cortana experience.
There's not a great deal of information out there about the specs on this thing, but considering it starts at $999, it will likely be decent enough to power every day work tasks. This seems like a device designed for the office, rather than the gamer or the content creator.
The Acer Swift 5 is aiming to be available in North America in December 2017 starting at $999 and in Europe starting at €1,099.
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Jez Corden is a Senior Editor for Windows Central, focusing primarily on all things Xbox and gaming. Jez is known for breaking exclusive news and analysis as relates to the Microsoft ecosystem while being powered by caffeine. Follow on Twitter @JezCorden and listen to his Xbox Two podcast, all about, you guessed it, Xbox!
Hahaha. Nice Acer ripoff of the Lenovo X1 Yoga.
It seems to have no inking support.
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