ACER SWIFT 7: “the slimmest Laptop in the World” – Acer (SPECS & PHOTOS)

The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2018 has been bringing a lot of cool products to display since it started this week. Another product worth mentioning is the new Acer laptop, the Swift 7. It’s already brewing a lot of excitement in Las Vegas. At the CES 2018, Acer has certainly created an impressive mark with its three latest laptops and one of them is the Acer Swift 7.

Acer stated that the Swift 7 is the “slimmest computer in the world” thanks to its 8.98 mm thickness.

The Acer Swift 7 features a 14-inch Full HD IPS display which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass NBT touchscreen. Talking about its specifications, no other word than amazing.

The Acer Swift 7 has a 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processor that makes its multitasking premium.

 

It has 256GB of PCIe SSD storage and 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM for fast performance. Aside from this specs, the Acer Swift 7 laptop comes with a decent battery life and 4G LTE connectivity. As far security is concerned, the laptop’s chassis machine comes with a fingerprint sensor and Windows Hello support.

 

The Acer Swift 7 comes with a price tag of US $1,699 (N611,000) – making it the most expensive out of all the three laptop unveiled by the company at the CES 2018. In terms of availability, it will start hitting shelves come March, this year.

ACER SWIFT 7: "the slimmest Laptop in the World"

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