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Acer Swift Go 16, Acer Swift Go 14 and Acer Swift X14 and Acer Swift 14 were announced at CES2023!
Acer has announced the Acer Swift Go 14, Swift Go 16, Swift 14, and Swift X 14 at CES 2023. The Go series models are the successor of the Acer Swift 3, while the models without Go branding are the successor of the Acer Swift 5.
Acer Swift Go 14
The Acer Swift Go lineup has two models, both of which are available in three different options for the display. For the Swift Go 14, the display size is 14 inches, but users get a choice of screen type and resolution — 2880 x 1800 OLED display at 90Hz, 2240 x 1400 IPS LCD, and 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD.
On the other hand, the Swift Go 16 features a 16-inch display and has three options — 3200 x 2000 OLED screen at 120Hz, 2560 x 1600 IPS LCD, and 1920 x 1200 IPS LCD. The company has revealed that one of these will have support for touch functionality but which one exactly hasn’t been revealed yet.
Under the hood, the devices come powered by the 13th Generation Intel Core processor, with the H-series chips instead of the U-series. Acer says that the CPUs run as full pelt because of the new and improved cooling features in these laptops. As for the memory, they pack up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 2TB SSD storage. There’s a USB-C port with Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, a microSD card reader, and a 1440p webcam.
Coming to the pricing and availability, the Acer Swift Go 14 will be available for purchase from February globally and in May this year in North America at a starting price of $849.99, while the Acer Swift Go 16 will go on sale in March globally and June in North America with a starting price of $799.99.
Acer Swift 14 and Acer Swift X 14
The Acer Swift 14 is an Intel Evo-certified model that comes powered by the 13th generation Intel Core processor. It offers two touchscreen display options for the customers to choose from — 1920 x 1200 pixels or 2560 x 1600 pixels. It has a thin metal unibody with chamfered edges, a Windows Hello-equipped 1440p webcam, and dual USB Type-C Thunderbolt 4 ports for connectivity.
On the other hand, the Swift X 14, which is also Evo-certified, comes with a 14.5-inch display offering either a 2880 x 1800 pixels OLED screen at 120Hz or a 2560 x 1600 pixels IPS LCD screen. It is powered by the Intel Core H-series chips, coupled with a new NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics processor, which goes up to GeForce RTX 4050.
The laptop, which is rated by NVIDIA Studio, comes with new cooling features as the device has a new air inlet keyboard. The Acer Swift 14 will be available globally in January and in North America in March for the starting price of $1,399.99, while the Acer Swift X 14 will be available globally in April and will start at $1099.99.