Acer’s new Swift 5 to launch Intel’s 11th Gen chip this fall
Acer has a new version of its Swift 5 laptop, and it looks like it’s the first announced laptop to be powered by one of Intel’s upcoming 11th Gen processors, which features chipmaker’s newly integrated Xe graphics.
While Acer doesn’t provide much detail, Intel’s 10th Gen Ice Lake chip Xe is expected to make a big transition to the current Gen11 integrated graphics. At CES 2020, Intel promised that Xe architecture offers dual graphics. performance compared to Gen11 graphics. Xe Graphic Architecture is also Intel’s planned discrete GPU. For those who prefer a little more power, the Swift 5 will also offer an arbitrary discrete Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU.
The new Swift 5 is not only interesting for its new processors, though. Acer also cuts more caps, offering a 90% screen-to-body ratio (86.4% of the screen-to-body ratio). old model), although the panel still has a 14-inch FHD screen.
The choice of port is similar. HDMI, two USB-A ports, USB-C Thunderbolt port and headphone jack.
Acer says the new Swift 5 will be available in October this year, starting at $ 999.99, although the price will depend on your exact specifications (details of which have not yet been revealed by Acer).
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