On time while every laptop seems to want to roll out the next one, the Acer Swift 3 is well banned. It is not trying to bless you with very thin bezels or a single piece of metal provided by artificial robots using artificial intelligence. It’s a laptop. It’s a well-designed, well-built laptop that won’t break the bank. That’s why Acer Swift 3 last year was our biggest choice Improvement of budget laptops.
Given the few weeks I’ve been having updates this year, I see no reason to change. Swift 3 is a solid, non-frills, expensive machine. It doesn’t exercise a lot, but the battery life is fun. It will help you to work all day or night to study without breaking a sweat.
Before I go inside, I have to clear up some confusion. Acer calls for two different laptops with the same name: Swift 3. Both models use 11th Intel Core processors. All of them have a keyboard-like trackpad, as well as fingerprint readers, but the one — the one I’m reviewing here has a 14-inch IPS display, 16: 9, 1080p.
Another Swift 3, which I haven’t tested, uses a 13.5-inch (2256 x 1504) 3: 2 IPS display. The internal components are the same, but the shape and form of the display are different. However, aside from the window, almost everything I’m talking about here will use whatever color you choose.
The new Swift 3 is a thin, silver, non-abrasive, problem-free laptop. The design of all the metal is strong and fits well in the bag, making it a great choice for college students. It’s lightweight, weighing only 2.6 pounds, which is unbeatable at a low price of $ 800. But as I said above, this is not a laptop that has won manufacturing awards. It looks great, but it is actually there to keep you from helping you get the job done.
The keyboard isn’t the best or worst I’ve ever used. I like extras, extras ThinkPad type keyboard and keys, but for Chiclet-type keys, these have a smooth flow and are very quick to type. Trackpad is the most popular of the other Acers I’ve used. It’s very responsive and it doesn’t have that mushy feeling that other Acer trackers have ever existed.
Due to its compact design, the Swift 3 has many ports. There are two USB-A ports, a Thunderbolt USB-C port (which can charge if you have an adapter, or carrying battery, which provides enough power), headband, and HDMI output. There is no SD card port, so you need a distraction to upload photos and videos from your digital camera, but if you don’t you don’t need adapters to use the tools you already have, which is great.
The model I tested consists of 16 gigabytes of RAM and a 512-gigabyte SSD integrated with 11th-generation Intel i7 processor with a new Intel EVO standard, which means it’s pre-configured for battery life, fast charging, and temporary resurrection. Note that the list does not include functionality. However, I was impressed with how Swift 3. I instantly feel the daily tasks I lose, including browsing the internet, video conferencing, and offering a few 5.3K videos shot on the new GoPro Hero 10 Black.