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Cheapest Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV Price in Singapore is S$ 1,599.00

The Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV price in Singapore is S$ 1,599.00 from Lazada. Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV price details are updated February 2020.

Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV Specs

Graphic Card Intel
Integrated Graphic Card No
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 13.3"
Weight 1.12KG
Material Steel
Operating System Windows 10
Packaging Data
Warranty 2 Years
Connector Ports
DisplayPort No
Thunderbolt No
USB 3.0 No
USB Type-C Yes
Card Reader No
Ethernet No
Headphone Jack No
Face Scanner No
Touch Screen No
Detachable Screen No
Fingerprint Reader No
Backlit Keyboard No
Optical Drive
DVD Writer No
Blu-ray Writer No
Webcam Resolution 9Megapixels
Battery Capacity 2770mAh
Battery Life 9h
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a

Reviews of Acer Swift SF713-51-M9HV
Reviewed on 2016-12-21
The Acer Swift 7 is the latest frontrunner in the ongoing race among laptop manufacturers to craft the thinnest laptop.At 9.98mm thick, the Acer Swift 7 dethrones the HP Spectre, which measures 10.4mm. The Swift also becomes the first notebook to go under...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-04
When it comes to consumer technology, even a month can seem like an entire age. So when HP announced the Spectre back in April , then the world's thinnest notebook at a mere 10.4mm thick , we knew it was just a matter of time before someone else came alon...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-23
Like a fashion model, the 0.4-inch-thin Ultrabook makes svelte cool and eye-catching.THIN IS IN FOR LAPTOPS just as much as for fashion models. Currently, there's no laptop thinner than the Acer Swift 7, which is less than 10 millimeters thick. Since we'r...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-28
The world's thinnest, ultra-light, versatile laptop design is what gives Acer's Swift 7 its distinguished sleekness and sophistication. Tailored for life-on-the-go professionals, the Swift 7 leverages powerful processing and the fastest wireless connectiv...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-22
This honor has been held by several different computer manufacturers in the past. But recently, Acer snagged the “thinnest laptop ever” crown with their launch of the Acer Swift 7.Swift 7The Swift 7 measures a thin and sleek 9.9mm thick. That's less than...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-17
9.98 mm is quite thin, stylish design with nice colors, relatively light, good battery life, decent system performance, large touchpad, IPS display with stable viewing angles, quite when idle, adapter for USB 3.1 Type C to USB 3.0
only 2 USB 3.1 Type-C ports, very easy to smudge, no backlit keyboard
Thin, Thinner, Acer Swift 7! The trend towards thinner devices keeps going forwards. Acer has now created the thinnest notebook in the world: less than 10 mm thick. We will check to see how well the Kaby Lake dual-core SoC works in our review...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Stylish design, Tough aluminum body, Long battery life, Extremely thin laptop
Lacks an SD Card Reader, Some users will resent, the single port type, Middle-of-road performance
Acer has consistently expanded and refined its mobile product offerings, to include everything from affordable mainstream notebooks, to sleek ultrabooks that use premium materials. The veteran PC maker has developed a sense of style and is putting real ef...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-10
Well-built laptop with a fine (if not record-breaking) 1080p screen, Decent keyboard and good Precision Touchpad, Two USB-C ports for data, charging, and external displays, Good battery life, Fanless and fast enough for most people, gamers aside
No touchscreen, No keyboard backlight or Caps Lock indicator light, No Thunderbolt 3, No PCI Express/NVMe SSD, Kaby Lake is barely an upgrade over Skylake (though this isn't Acer's fault)
You can split today's mainstream laptop market into four segments, more-or-less. The sub-$400 part of the market is where lots and lots of low-end, low-quality laptops live. There's a midmarket segment that exists somewhere between $500 and $800, in which...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-06
Sturdy build and eye-pleasing design, Ridiculously thin (9.98 mm) and light (1.1 kg), Excellent touchpad, Decent battery life, Excellent IPS panel with negligible drawbacks, The screen doesn't use PWM from 17 to 100% screen brightness
Limited ports, Lacks keyboard backlight and it's a little bit shallow, Ships with M.2 SATA SSD instead of a PCIe NVMe-enabled drive, Doesn't utilize the full performance of the SoC
Announced at this year's IFA, the Swift 7 is the latest ultra-portable device from Acer and comes just in time to adopt the improved 4.5W KBL-Y processors. Now branded as Core i7-7Y75, the processor comes as a direct successor to the Core m7-6Y75 but as I...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
If there's a silver lining to the overall decline of computer sales , it's the booming of the premium ultramobile segment. Based on a forecast from Gartner , sales of these slim but powerful flagship systems could rise by 11% this year and, by 2018, accou...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-16
Quiet at all times, Handles basic tasks with ease, Thin frame is a unique look
Lacks Thunderbolt 3, Ability to handle more intensive tasks is constrained, It's thin. but it's also large
Acer boasts that its Swift 7 is the “world’s thinnest notebook PC.” While technically true, that marketing angle sells only one aspect of the machine—and it’s not the most important one.PC vendors love to sell the idea of thin, and for good reason. Thin implies light...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
If portability's your bag, it really is hard to beat the Swift 7. This is easily the thinnest and lightest laptop in the 13.3inch category that I've seen to date, and there doesn't seem to be much fat left to trim. The keyboard has just enough give and th...
If there's a glaring hole in the Swift 7's design, it's in the realm of connectivity. The Swift features two USBC ports, side by side on the right edge of the laptop. And that's it. One of these ports is designed to be used for charging, but it can be use...
Acer says its latest ultrabook, the Swift 7 , offers “unprecedented portability.” The basis for this claim? A laptop that is 12mm thick at its widest point and under 10mm thick if you ignore the rubber feet.That is thin! How thin? It's thinner than an App...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-13
As light as a feather, Enough processing power for average users, Sharp display
USB-C is annoying right now, Trackpad placement is also annoying
The push to make the thinnest, lightest, most portable laptop is proving fruitful. Case in point: the Acer Swift 7.According to Acer, the Swift 7 is the thinnest notebook PC in the world. When closed, it wouldn't be impossible to mistake it for a tablet w...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Acer's 13 inch Swift 7 laptop is super-slim, super-lightweight, and super-quiet, thanks to a fanless design. It's a stylish laptop with one of the best keyboards of any Acer laptop I've tested, and it also features a wide, comfortable touchpad below the k...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
0,39-inch thin, All-day battery life, Bright and accurate display, Two USB-C ports, Quiet operation
Benchmark performance is lower than that of rivals, Shallow key travel, No keyboard backlight, Lacks Thunderbolt 3 support
Less than 10mm—9.98mm (or 0.39 inch), to be precise. That's just how thin the Acer Swift 7 ($1,099.99) is. And as you'd expect with the world's thinnest laptop, Acer has made a number of concessions to get there, such as a lower-powered processor and esch...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-04
Acer's 13 inch Swift 7 laptop is super-slim, super-lightweight, and super-quiet, thanks to a fanless design. It's a stylish laptop with one of the best keyboards of any Acer laptop I've tested, and it also features a wide, comfortable touchpad below the k...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-03
This is an insanely thin 13-inch laptop, in an eye-catching gray-and-gold design with an extra-wide touchpad. It has one of Intel's newest CPUs
The tiny keyboard keys don't feel especially premium, and this isn't the fastest slim 13-inch in the bunch. The 1,920x1,080-pixel screen doesn't support touch, and the only ports are USB-C
The Acer Swift 7 jumps into the lead position in the latest PC arms race towards ever-thinner systems, by slipping in under the magic 10 mm mark.It's a good reminder that there's nothing as exciting as some solid competition between PC makers. Companies c...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-25
Like a barebones PC chassis, the Swift 7 has potential, but lacks a few integral pieces — like a backlit keyboard, for instance. Regardless, in all its grandeur as the (current) thinnest laptop in the world, at just 0.39 inches, it still manages to crank...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-21
Super thin, extremely attractive chassis, Bright, vivid display, Solid battery life
Not as fast as competing laptops, Keyboard is mushy and not backlit
These days, it's not enough for a laptop to be superslim; it also has to be stylish and still deliver enough power to get the job done. The $1,099 Acer Swift 7 answers the call on most fronts. At a mere 0.39 inches thick, it's one of the thinnest systems...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-19
Acer's new Swift 7 is an ultralight, 7th generation Kaby Lake laptop that is claimed to be the world's thinnest (9.98mm), lightest (1.13kg), non-touch, 13.3” Windows 10, laptop.And it is a laptop – a traditional clamshell-style with no fancy 360° hinge or...
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