Acer reveals gaming laptops based on Intel Core Ultra processors with AI assistance

Acer revealed a series of new hardware devices, including gaming laptops based on the new family of Intel Core Ultra processors.

Acer said the Acer Swift Go 14 (SFG14-72/T) is Evo-verified and uses new Intel Core Ultra processors, which utilize a dedicated AI engine in Intel AI boost with AI acceleration and Intel Arc GPUs, delivering the in-demand pairing of good performance and battery life of up to 12.5 hours.

The new processors are complemented by additional AI-powered features such as Acer PurifiedView and PurifiedVoice noise reduction technology for improved visual and audio clarity. These features, as well as smart features in Windows Studio effects, improve conferencing with the 1440p QHD webcams with Temporal Noise Reduction.

This laptop also features dual microphones for enhanced audio capture. Available with either an OLED (2880×1800) or touch WUXGA (1920×1200) display. The laptop also features Copilot in Windows, an AI assistant designed to accelerate tasks, summarize information and more.

This new laptop has an OceanGlass TouchPad that is 44% larger than the previous generation (the Swift Go 14 SFG14-71/T). The Swift Go 14 (SFG14-72/T) will start at $800, available immediately.

Acer also has several different configs of the Swift Go 14 that are already scheduled to be available on Dec. 14 or within a few days. They will be available at various retailers (mostly in the US, one in Canada) including Amazon, Costco, MicroCenter, New Egg, Sam’s Club and more.

These include the Swift Go 14, SFG14-72T-71QF, for $1,000. It has a 14-inch Multi-Touch Display with IPS Technology WUXGA 1920×1200 pixels. It has an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, with 16GB LPDR5X system memory, and 1TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD.

Acer also has the option for the Acer CineCrystal 14 Display with OLED WQXGA+ 2880 x 1800. It has an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, 16GB LPDR5X system memory, and 1TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD. It costs $1,000.

Acer also has the new Predator Triton Neo 16 coming in March 2024 for $1,500. It features the new Intel Core Ultra processors with dedicated AI acceleration capabilities.

Combined with up to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU that supports Nvidia DLSS 3.5 technology, users will be gt an AI-optimized visuals on ray-traced games and creator applications.

It includes several 16-inch display options with up to a 3.2K resolution at 165Hz refresh rate and 16:10 aspect ratio. They are Calman-Verified to deliver true-to-life cinematic colors. It also takes advantage of a DCI-P3 100% color gamut and support for the NVIDIA Advanced Optimus feature and Nvidia G-Sync technology for sharp color hues and tear-free frames.

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