World’s thinnest Laptop – Acer Swift 7

World’s thinnest Laptop - Acer Swift 7

Acer recently unveiled its latest in a series of ultrathin notebooks. In a recent European tech event, the latest Swift series was unveiled which comes in 3 models – Swift 7, 5 and 3 series.

Out of the series, Swift 7 is the thinnest laptop ever released. The laptop measures 9.98 mm thickness with the lid closed. The laptop is clad in an aluminium chassis and weighs 1.1 Kg making it one of the light weight laptop in the market now.

The screen is 13.3 inch Full HD IPS Screen. The notebook screen is made of Corning Gorilla Glass screen making it tough and scratch proof.

The laptop is powered by 7th generation Kaby Lake Core i5 processor supported by 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of SSD.

Another feature is HDR capable camera which is able to brighten up the background, making the webcamming bright and a lag free experience.

The laptop is equipped with 2×2 802.11 ac with MU-MIMO wireless technology to provide three times faster connections. Users can now quickly transfer data and connecting to external display sources.

Swift 7 uses a USB 3.1 Type-C ports for charging the laptop. Swift 7 makers claim that the laptop is capable of lasting up to 9 hrs with a single full charging of battery.

Swift 7 also provide users with the best in audio quality. It features Acer True Harmony and Dolby Audio Premium to provide clear and loud virtual surround sound.

It also comes with extra-large precision touch pad to enhance the overall multi touch experience. You can now use three- four fingers to use gestures to perform different tasks.

Meanwhile, the Swift 5 is powered by Intel 6th generation i5 processor, 14-inch screen, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD. Swift 3 also carry the same specification of Swift 5 except minor changes to hardware such as graphics card.

The Acer Swift 3 meanwhile is a similarly-sized laptop, powered by Intel’s 6th generation Core i5 processor, featuring 4GBs of RAM and 256GBs of SSD storage space. The chasis for both models are 18mm and carry USB 3.0 Type A instead of C.

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Anup Raman
Anup Raman

I am Anup Raman. A Tech Enthusiast|Blogger|Tech Trainer with 10+ yrs experience in the field of IT. My expertise are in Operating Systems, mainly Windows and Computer security which comes from my experience, working as Tech Support and Trainer for Microsoft, Symantec and McAfee. Loves blogging about Technical Troubleshooting, discussing latest Gadgets, Games and doing Reviews.

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