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Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range

Acer today announced new additions to its of Swift X laptops with discrete GPUs, consisting of a new 14-inch and 16-inch model.

Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range

Acer today announced new additions to its thin and light lineup of Swift X laptops with discrete GPUs, consisting of a new 14-inch and 16-inch model. Alongside this, Acer has also announced new Aspire C27 and C24 All-in-One (AIO) PCs. All of the new PCs announced today feature the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Acer unveiled a host of new laptops and All-in-Ones (AIO) based on the latest Intel 12th Gen Intel Core processors
  • New 14- and 16-inch Swift X models unite efficiency, power and elegance in a thin, light and durable chassis with a 16:10 display that boasts up to a 92.22% screen-to-body ratio and up to 400-nit brightness
  • Slim and powerful, the Aspire C27 and C24 AIOs feature FHD touch displays and up to the latest NVIDIA GeForce MX550 GPU

Acer Swift X

The ultra-portable laptop – Swift X (SFX14-51G) 14-inch laptop, weighing just 3.09 lbs (1.4 kg), packs up to a 12th Gen Intel Core processor with up to 12 cores and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti laptop GPU into its 0.7-inch (17.9 mm) thin aluminum chassis. A fan, air inlet keyboard and dual heat pipes dissipate the heat generated by this hardware, helping the device maintain the peak performance expected by content creators studying or working in multimedia design.

Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range
Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range

The 16-inch model (SFX16-52G) features 12th Gen Intel Core processors with up to 12 cores (4 P-cores and 8 E-cores) and discrete Intel Ar graphics. Keeping the laptop cool are dual fans, dual copper heat pipes, an air inlet keyboard, and a bigger side exhaust port. Co-engineered with Intel, the device will meet the requirements of an Intel Evo laptop through Intel’s hardware specifications and key experience targets for responsiveness, instant wake, battery life, fast charge and intelligent collaboration.

Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range
Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range

Both models run on Windows 11 and feature a 16:10 aspect-ratio IPS screen—2240×1400 for the 14-in model and up to 2560×1600 (WQXGA) for the 16-in model—with stunningly narrow bezels, allowing for up to a 92.22% screen-to-body ratio. Combined with 100% coverage of the sRGB color gamut and up to 400 nits of brightness, the Swift X wows with crystal clear images and delivers immersive viewing experiences. Further enhancing these images, it also features Acer BluelightShieldfor more comfortable viewing, plus Acer ExaColorand Acer Color Intelligencefor more vibrant colors.

In addition to up to 16 GB of LPDDR5 memory and 2 TB of PCIe SSD storage for faster navigation, the new Swift X models combine Intel Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) for fast and stable connectivity—perfect for high-speed file sharing and smooth 4k streaming. From there, the laptops I/O includes two Type-C ports with Thunderbolt 4 (up to 40 GBs) support, two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, HDMI 2.0, and a fingerprint reader for easy login with Windows Hello. The productivity capacity of both models is further enhanced by an FHD webcam with Acer’s Temporal Noise Reduction (TNR) technology for high-quality imagery even in low-light conditions, Acer PurifiedVoice with AI Noise Reduction for clearer com-calls, and DTS audio.

Acer Aspire C27 and C24 All-in-One Home Workstation

For enhanced performance when working from home, the Aspire C27 (27-inch, C27-1751) and C24 (24-inch, C24-1750) All-In-One (AIO) PCs have been refreshed with Windows 11 and up to the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processors, the latest NVIDIA GeForce MX550 GPU and 64 GB of DDR4 RAM, plus a 1 TB SSD and 2 TB HDD. From there, a host of connectivity options backs up this powerful hardware, such as Wi-Fi 6E for fast and stable connectivity, Bluetooth 5.2 for simplified data-sharing between devices, and Thunderbolt 4 for up to 40 Gbps of bidirectional bandwidth.

Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range
Acer introduces new additions to the Swift X Range

Video calling has never been more important especially with flexible working nowadays, and the Aspire C27 responds to this need with a 5.0 MP webcam and two stereo microphones for high-quality video conferencing—and with a 91.14% screen-to-body ratio, the display looks gorgeous. It can also be tilted (-5 to 25°), allowing users to find the perfect angle before getting started. Acer BlueLightShield technology provides more comfortable viewing, and once the call is over, a physical webcam cover provides privacy and peace of mind.

As a final touch, this ultra-slim AIO delivers tidy and space-saving forcable management, keeping the workspace free from distraction—and being finished in black with platinum details, the Aspire C27 and Aspire C24 look incredibly sharp, too.

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