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Acer chose the Swift 5 as its vehicle for ushering in Windows 11, and that was a safe choice. With a starting MSRP of $1,100, up to 1TB of storage, a good port selection, and a more standout keyboard and webcam, it will suit many laptop needs just fine...
Slim, but doesn't overheat, Decent webcam, Interesting green and gold design
Feels cheap in the hands, Overly reflective screen with some overblown colors, Uneven keyboard backlighting
Oh, and did I mention that this thing has 16GB RAM and 1TB of storage? Right, it's a beautiful 2.31-pound laptop with lots of RAM, lots of storage, and a 14-inch FHD display for $1,299. That price tag kind of speaks for itself, because there's a ton of va...
I f If you need a laptop that's not just light, but among the lightest of the light, you're looking for the 14-inch Acer Swift 5. At just 2.31 pounds, it's one of those devices that messes with your mind. When I pick it up, I feel like I must be holding a...
Great performance-per-pound, Just 2.31 pounds, Good battery life, New green color
Below-average audio, Cramped 16:9 screen, Feels a bit flimsy, Comes with a bunch of bloatware
The Acer Swift 5 is thin, light, and fast enough to play Fortnite, showing off Intel's 11th-gen Tiger Lake and Iris Xe graphics at their best. It gets stellar battery life too. The sound quality is the biggest disappointment...