LAS VEGAS, NV — Just a little over a year ago Acer started selling its original Swift 7 laptop that was thinner than one centimeter, yet packed quite a decent set of hardware. At this year’s CES, Acer is launching the second-generation Swift 7 that is even thinner, yet has a larger display and an integrated 4G/LTE modem from Intel. Meanwhile, the new system is also considerably more expensive than its predecessor. The new Acer Swift 7 (SF714-51T) comes in a brand-new aluminum chassis featuring an 8.98-mm z-height, down from 9.98 mm in case of the 1st Gen Acer Swift. The new design moves two USB Type-C ports and a TRRS connector from the right side to the left removes the fingerprint reader from the...
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