Ac er Swift 5 Review Turning Ultra into Ultra-portable - The Verge

 Ac er Swift 5 Review Turning Ultra into Ultra-portable - The Verge

Ac er Swift 5 Review Turning Ultra into Ultra-portable - The Verge

You want not only the lightest, but also the lightest laptop ever. You need a 14 Ac-er Swift 5. Weighing only 2.31 pounds, this is one of those devices that gets in your mind. When I pick it up, I feel like I'm holding a hollow chassis. When I put it in my backpack, I worry all day that I might have left it at home.

Of course, there are lighter laptops - the As's Expert book , LG Gram 13, Ac-er Swift 7, Samsung Galaxy Book S and DynamoDB Cortege-G - all weigh a little less, but some of these models are either significantly more expensive than the Swift 5 or lower performance. If you're looking for a real processor for the mainstream consumer audience, the Swift 5 is the lightest possible.

The model I tested, priced at $ 1299.99, is a solid all-rounder without too much criticism or too much attention. Its outstanding feature is its weight and the performance per pound it offers. Of course, for many students, telecommuters, and frequent travelers, this could well be the deciding factor.
DESIGN ACRE SWIFT 5

The first thing you'll notice when looking at Swift 5 is its unusual color. Our unit is a dark blue-green hue called fog green, a new hue for the Swift line. Ac-er states that this means a relaxed, balanced lifestyle; While I'm not sure I understand this, I do appreciate that it is a little different from the endless black and gray notebooks you'll see there.