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Acer Swift 3 14", AMD Ryzen 4300U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 1080p IPS $697 Delivered @ Officeworks


Spilt coffee on my laptop so was looking for a replacement. Missed out on the Vivobook deal this morning but this doesn’t look too bad.

A few bucks cheaper than the last Amazon deal in this spec,which seemed pretty popular.

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    RAM Maximum Capacity: 16 GB

    Glad to see this, but Ryzen 3/8GB/256GB seems to be around this price normally?

    Was this price in November at Amazon btw


      Yes I mentioned that in the OP

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    Or… Intel 11th Gen and 512GB SSD

    for $768 (after Cashback)

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      This is the first laptop I've seen with dedicated Intel Xe graphics.

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    I wonder how easy it'll be to upgrade to 16gb


    How does it compare to this Dell computer on ebay for $599.20 https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/392979774633?


      its 15 so its full sized compared to this 1.2 kg thing and its past gen.

      pass on that



    otherwise there's not much better at this money

    + matte IPS display
    + good-looking slim metal case
    + NVMe SSD
    + excellent battery life
    + backlit keyboard
    + remained very quiet
    + remained fairly cool
    + USB 3.2 Gen 2
    + DisplayPort via USB-C
    + USB-C Power Delivery

    - dim display
    - low color-space coverage
    - no card reader
    - RAM soldered onto motherboard (no vacant RAM slots)


    I spilt coffee in my laptop, computer guy couldn't fix it or retrieve data so I had a go at taking it apart myself, cleaned all connections with isopropyl alcohol, left to dry and put back together. Works fine now, just lost right click on trackpad. Might be worth a shot if you need to retrieve data from yours. Turned it off straight away after the spill too which might have helped


      There’re some tiny star screws on the back of mine that I can’t get off.Was going to take them to a repair shop to let them have a go tomorrow.

      Worst case scenario is I’d get a ssd back


    Worth it to spend a bit more to get this https://www.amazon.com.au/ASUS-VivoBook-Processor-Fingerprin... ? Better processor, double the storage and free shipping with prime.


      These Asus Amazon deals seem to be popular with people here and personally I'd probably go with this but $170 isn't 'a bit' more


    Will this be able to run a 4k monitor?