If you’re looking for Windows laptops, Acer has announced two refreshed PCs for work and play: the Swift Edge 16 and the Predator Triton 16.
Powered by the latest AMD Ryzen 7040 Series processors, which keep this Windows 11 laptop running longer when unplugged, the Swift Edge 16 also makes the most of up to AMD Radeon 780M graphics for immersive visuals.
Swift Edge 16
When it comes to working on the go, security is paramount. Thanks to the built-in Microsoft Pluton security processor, enabled by default, this PC can provide added protection to defend against sophisticated attacks, while the fingerprint reader supporting Windows Hello allows for biometric authentication. Windows 11 also delivers security through Microsoft Defender SmartScreen and Smart App Control.
AMD Ryzen AI on models with select processors ushers in new experiences such as real-time video quality enhancements for video calls, which will pop with true-to-life colors and images on the 16-inch 3.2K OLED display with an upgraded refresh rate of 120 Hz. With support for Window Studio Effects, you can present your best self with this laptop’s 1440p QHD webcam with automatic framing, gaze correction and advanced background blur.
Predator Triton 16
The latest 13th Gen Intel Core processors power the Predator Triton 16, the latest addition to Acer’s gaming portfolio. A fingerprint reader with Windows Hello support provides added protection and accessibility. The CPU works hand in hand with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, along with NVIDIA DLSS 3 and its bundle of Max-Q technology features for optimized ray tracing and performance across the board. Enjoy vivid, tear-free gameplay on its 16-inch WQXGA panel with thin bezel frames, a 240 Hz refresh rate and up to 32 GB of DDR5 RAM.
This high-performance laptop also comes with one month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Because it’s vital to keep components cool throughout gaming sessions, this PC comes with advanced thermal solutions that combine dual 5th Gen AeroBlade 3D fans, dedicated heat pipes and exhaust vents, and liquid metal thermal grease on the CPU, all housed within a thin metal chassis design.
Find out more about Acer’s new Windows 11 PC.