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The practical use of the Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T turns out to be limited

Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T Review: Slim and light subnotebook for a thick wallet
Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T Review: Slim and light subnotebook for a thick wallet
The slim and light Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T scores with an IPS touchscreen display, 16 GB of working memory (dual-channel mode) and silent operation. This is accompanied by a good battery life and two Thunderbolt-3 ports. For the whole package, you have to put almost 2000 Euros (~$2226) on the table.
Sascha Mölck (translated by Mark Riege), 🇩🇪

The Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T brings less than one kilogram to the scale and is thus one of the lightest 14-inch notebooks available. In order to manufacture a device that is as slim as possible, Acer foregoes the fan, using a passively cooled CPU instead. The case of the Swift 7 does not show any faulty workmanship at all. However, there is a lack in terms of the stability, which is the price of the light build.

The passively cooled CPU is the Core-i7-8500Y dual-core processor, whose computing performance is sufficient for applications from the office and Internet areas. Thus the notebook can mainly be used for writing and surfing, and users who need a lot of computing performance would be looking at the wrong place with the Swift 7.

You can find more information and many detailed measurements in our review of the Acer Swift 7 SF714-52T.

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Sascha Mölck, 2019-11-11 (Update: 2019-11- 9)
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