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ACER Unveils Next-Gen Intel Meteor Lake CPUs: Core Ultra 7 155H at €1249 and Core Ultra 5 125H at €999

ACER has joined the list of OEMs whose upcoming laptops featuring Intel Meteor Lake have been prematurely listed before their official launch. Previously, laptops from Samsung, Dell, HP, Alienware, and ASUS have been subject to leaks, unveiling preliminary pricing details. The ACER SWIFT series is the latest to surface, presenting standard 14″ designs available in configurations with either Core Ultra 7 or Core Ultra 5 CPUs.


The Next-Gen Intel Meteor Lake CPUs in ACER

Within the ACER SWIFT 14 lineup, the variants featuring the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H CPU are priced at €1249, while those with the Core Ultra 5 125H variant are listed at €999. The Core Ultra 7 155H offers a maximum of 16 cores, 22 threads, a boost clock of up to 4.80 GHz, and 24 MB of L3 cache. On the other hand, the Core Ultra 5 125H provides up to 14 cores, 18 threads, boost clocks of up to 4.50 GHz, and 18 MB of L3 cache. These specifications are officially confirmed by ACER on its official store webpage.

Here are the retail links for these laptops:

  • ACER SWIFT (SFG14-72-7186) – Core Ultra 7 155H / 1 TB SSD / 32 GB LPDDR5X – €1249
  • ACER SWIFT (SFG14-72-56RD) – Core Ultra 5 125H / 500 GB SSD / 16 GB LPDDR5X – €999

Both models feature Intel Arc Xe-LPG integrated graphics, as these mainstream Meteor Lake designs do not include a discrete GPU. However, higher-end models may incorporate discrete GPUs. The laptops offer up to 1 TB of NVMe SSD storage and support up to 32 GB of LPDDR5X memory.

The 14″ display boasts a 2.8K OLED panel with a resolution of 2880×1800 and a 90Hz refresh rate. Additional features include the latest WIFI 7 functionality with Bluetooth 5.3 support, six USB ports (2 TB4 Type-C, 2 USB4, 2 USB Type-A Gen 1), an HDMI port, two DisplayPort options, and a weight of just 1.32kg.

ACER, along with other OEMs, is anticipated to launch its first-generation Meteor Lake-powered Core Ultra laptops on December 14. Retail availability is expected shortly after the official launch.


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