Asus and Acer love to get rid of it every year with thin and light laptops, but this year is the same. Asus beat Acer in the "lightest 14-inch" laptop contest in the world. Acer today announced the Swift 5, which weighs only 2.1 pounds earlier and proudly maintains the "lightest 14-inch laptop in the world." The laptop isn't full of powerful hardware, but Asus packed it with a 10th generation Intel Core processor (which hasn't revealed the exact model yet), up to two 1TB PCIe SSDs (Wi-Fi). It also includes six support and IR cameras for Windows Hello.
Like many Asus laptops, this is a 14-inch display on a typical 13-inch laptop body. This means a thin display bezel and 94% screen-to-body ratio. You got the chance to preview AsusPro B9 today. As you can expect from the "lightest 14-inch laptop in the world", it's very light. Designed as a business laptop, but light enough to carry a cup of coffee in one hand and use your nose to send intense emails to your boss when you go out of the boardroom. In the meeting room. It wasn't actually tested with my nose but it's light.
It's also very thin. 14.99mm fits easily into your bag I didn't test the trackpad too extensively, but I felt a reaction in a short time. Both methods require additional testing to say, but it looks like a 14-inch laptop, even primarily for business customers.
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