Acer’s new Swift Go 14 ultraportable notebook has a Ryzen 7000 Series processor and is now on the market
Acer has recently released a new, lightweight notebook in the Indian market. The new Swift Go 14 laptop is the latest in the popular Swift line and boasts a number of improvements over its predecessor. Let’s take a look at it.
With a 14-inch Full HD display and an impressive 86% screen-to-body ratio, the latest Swift Go 14 from Taiwan’s tech giant is sure to impress. Acer ExaColor is built in and works to improve the display’s color accuracy in the D65 color space. The new laptop also prioritizes cooling, as evidenced by its use of a more advanced TwinAir dual fan system, dual 6-inch copper pipes, and an air-inlet keyboard design.
Improved thermals prolong the laptop’s ability to increase performance and avoid throttling.The new Acer Swift Go 14 weighs in at just 1.25 kilograms and measures in at a thin 15.99mm in thickness, making it significantly more portable than its predecessors. Quick charge technology is built in, allowing for four hours of use after only thirty minutes of charging. The new Swift Go 14 is powered by AMD’s latest Ryzen 7000 series of processors, despite its small size.
It has up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 2TB of PCIe Gen 4 SSD storage. A USB Type C port, a USB Type A port, and an HDMI 2.1 port are all available for connections. With a starting price of 62,990 INR (approximately $771 USD), the Swift Go 14 will be sold in all Acer-exclusive retail locations, on the company’s website, and through retail partners like Croma and Amazon.