The Swift X's significantly thicker chassis allows it to fit a few more ports into its chassis than its competitors. A USB 3.2 Type-C port, a headphone jack, an HDMI 2.0 port, a USB 3.2 Type-A input, and a power jack are located on the left side. A second USB 3.2 Type-A port, as well as a Kensington lock slot and a headphone/mic jack, are located on the right side.
Although the Swift X is constructed of metal, the pearlescent coating provided by Acer gives it a plasticky feel.
Acer needed some more room in the Swift X's frame to fit a separate GPU, as evidenced by its 12.7 x 8.4 x 0.7-inch proportions and 3.1-pound weight. The Swift X's 14-inch 1080p IPS display is excellent.
The matte panel is perfect for productivity work and is bright and colorful enough for watching your favorite shows or movies. The panel met our color and brightness minimums, but didn't dare to go any higher.
Small keys are compensated for by enough spacing, albeit the diminutive arrow and shortcut keys will be difficult for individuals with sausage fingers like mine. Other minor gripes include inconsistency in keyboard backlighting and the power button's placement in the top-right corner, which makes it easy to mistakenly turn the device off when reaching for delete.
Acer laptops are known for putting a low priority on speaker quality, and the Swift X is no exception. The Swift X is a performance monster among its portable contemporaries, thanks to an AMD Ryzen 5800U CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics.
It's probably time to start talking about integrated graphics now that they're slim and light. The Swift X differs from other ultra-thin laptops in that it contains an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU, which can play the latest games at smooth frame rates. On the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which involves continuous web browsing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, the Swift X lasted an impressive 9 hours and 11 minutes.