Acer Swift X 2022 with Intel Arc GPU, Aspire C24 and C27 Launched: All You Need to Know

The Acer Swift X 2022 offers two SKUs, one with a 14-inch display offering integrated Nvidia graphics, and the other with the Intel Arc GPU.

Acer Swift X 2022

Acer has announced a number of products as part of its 2022 portfolio. The latter includes the Acer Swift X, a premium range of performance laptops, as well as two new all-in-one PCs — the Aspire C24 and Aspire C27. Of the new launches, the particularly interesting one is the 16-inch variant of the Acer Swift X (2022), which brings Intel’s new GPU, the Intel Arc, to the offing.

Starting with the 16-inch variant itself of the Acer Swift X, the laptop offers 12th gen Intel Alder Lake processors, with the peak configuration featuring 12 cores as per XDA Developers. Going by the Alder Lake nomenclature, this appears to be the Intel Core i5-12600H, with 4.5GHz turbo boost clock and 45W TDP. This is coupled with the Intel Arc GPU, 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, 1TB SSD, an extra PCIe Gen3 slot for storage expansion at a later stage, a 59Whr battery and a 16-inch, 16:10, 2560 x 1600 pixels display. The laptop weighs about 1.8kg.

The Acer Swift X 2022’s 14-inch variant shares similar specs, apart from the GPU — wherein it features a GeForce RTX 3050 Ti. It also gets a smaller display, with a 14-inch, 16:10, 2240 x 1400 pixels resolution screen. It weighs about 1.4kg, and measures 18mm at its thinnest. Both the Swift X variants offer two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A 3.2 ports, an HDMI 2.0 port and a 3.5mm audio port.

The Acer Aspire C24 and C27 all-in-one PCs are also powered by 12th gen Intel Alder Lake CPUs. They come with self-explanatory display sizes (i.e. 24-inch and 27-inch, respectively), along with an integrated GeForce MX550 GPU. The AiOs offer 64GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB PCIe Gen3 SSDs and 2TB HDDs for 3TB of cumulative storage, Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 for connectivity. There’s also a single Thunderbolt 4 port on offer. The C27, meanwhile, also features a 5MP webcam with stereo mics, to make sure that you’re remote work-ready.

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