Along with the release of third – generation chip from AMD, lately, the Acer gaming is coming to the ages with 2nd generation processors. However, Acer is the latest of all laptop manufacturer to use the Ryzen chipsets for its upcoming notebooks. Moreover, the gaming laptops Nitro 5 along with the thinnest and lightest Swift 3 from Acer is getting this second – generation update.
Acer Nitro 5 specifications
However, the Nitro 5 series is installed with Ryzen 5 2500U chipset. On the other hand, the latest release will get the update with Ryzen 7 3750H CPU. The initiated laptops will be powered with RX 560 graphics along with HD display screen and a premium size of 15.6 inches.
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While the gaming laptop will also include a CoolBoost tech from the Acer as an additional cooling performance. In addition, a network optimizer will also include clearing bottleneck during the streaming of games.
The 14 inches Swift 3 is almost 3.2 pounds and 0.71 inches thick. This new laptop is developed for business as light and hassle-free travels. However, the laptop is configured with Ryzen’s 3700 chipset which doesn’t incur more of power or is less hungry for power. The Nitro 5 in compared to Swift 3 is more adamant towards power consumption.
Other details and specs
As a surprise note, the Acer will include integrated graphics from Radeon Vega. To specify the component Acer said to provide Radeon 540X as an additional option. As the company promised to upgrade its laptops exterior and quality, the Swift 3 can be rotated for 180 – degree. In addition, the laptop’s promising feature with thinner bezels.
The Nitro 5 is also packed with backlit keyboard, with 5 gigabits of WIFI along with packet priority and USB type-c 3.1. And basic ports such as HDMI 2.0 along with USB type A. On the other hand, Swift 3 is compact and business module with an aluminium design. However, both the models are powered with AMD Ryzen 7 second-generation quad-core processors.
However, there is no news about the price or the availability of the system worldwide. Check out The Geek Herald for more updates.