Alongside the announcement of the Predator 21 X, Acer also announced a few new slim and portable laptops at IFA this week.
The first is the new 13.3-inch Swift 7 (pictured above), which is extremely slim. In fact, Acer says that it is the world’s thinnest laptop to date, at just 0.39 inches thick. On top of that, it weighs just 2.5 pounds.
But even with that, it still has some reasonable specs, featuring a 7th-gen Core i5 processor, 256GB SSD, 9-hour battery life, dual USB-C 3.1 ports and a high-dynamic range webcam.
It will be available in October for $999 in the US, alongside the Swift 1, 3 and 5 models, which are all slightly thicker and slower, but feature a 14-inch display.
They will be available between October and November for $249, $499 and $749 respectively.
On top of the new Swift line, Acer also unveiled their new Spin laptop range, which are a set of hybird PCs that can be put into a tablet, presentation or tent display mode.
The Spin 7 features a 14-inch screen, is just 0.43-inches thick and comes with a 7th-gen Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.
The Spin 5 will come with a 13.3-inch display, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 512GB SSD storage and an optional pen attachment, whereas the Spin 3 will feature a 15.6-inch display and two storage drives, finally the Spin 1 will feature either a 11.6-inch or 13.3 inch screen.
The Spin 3,5, and 7 will be available from October for $499, $599 and $1,199 respectively, while the Spin 1 will launch in December for $249.