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Acer Swift 3 SF315-41G R6MP 15.6 Review

If you are looking for a laptop that’s affordable, light, and responsive, you should check out the Acer Swift 3 SF315-41G. This lightweight device has a 12.2-inch 1920×1080 display with 166 ppi. Another advantage of this model is its touchscreen. The device features 10-finger multi-touch, which is more common in laptops these days.

While the Acer Swift 3 SF315-41G is equipped with a quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, the SF315-51G has a better GPU and a faster CPU. However, this difference in performance is not felt in day-to-day use, and it becomes more apparent when CPU and GPU performance are needed for extended periods of time. Despite the differences, both models are priced at around 900 Euros.

In terms of battery life, the Acer Swift 3 SF315-41G is decent, but it falls a little behind its more powerful sibling, the Swift 3 SF315-51G. This model consumes more power while idle, and also tends to have higher energy consumption under light load. The Swift 3 SF315-41G comes with an AMD Raven-Ridge APU that provides adequate computing power for standard use cases. However, the dedicated GPU is limited in gaming, as you must choose conservatively the resolution and quality settings, particularly if you’re trying to play modern games.

You should charge the Acer SWIFT 3 SF315-41G laptop’s battery once it reaches 20%. Once it’s fully charged, it should be stored in a cool and dry location. Avoid extreme temperatures, as this accelerates the battery aging process. To prolong the life of the battery, you should fully charge and discharge the battery once a month. And make sure to charge it before you leave the house.

The Swift 3 SF315-41G is capable of delivering a smooth gaming experience. Generally, you can achieve playable frame rates in medium quality settings and HD resolution. Higher settings are only playable if the game you’re playing doesn’t require a lot of performance. While the Radeon RX 540 graphics unit is on par with the GeForce MX150 GPU, the overall achieved frame rate is in between the two.

The Acer Swift 3 includes a fingerprint scanner, HDMI output, and a headphone jack. It lacks an optical drive, but you can get an Ethernet port through the device’s USB-C hub. Battery life is good – Acer claims up to 14 hours, but MacBook Air easily crests 20 hours. The battery on the Acer Swift 3 recharges quickly through a 65-watt power supply, which is a good thing, because the laptop is lightweight.

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