This is a super affordable laptop that offers completely silent work thanks to its passive cooling solution.
1. Remove the bottom plate
This laptop’s bottom panel is held in place by 11 Phillips-head screws. After you undo them, pry the panel with a plastic tool, and lift it away from the chassis.
The battery capacity here is 48Wh.
3. Мemory and storage
Unfortunately, the memory is soldered to the motherboard. On the bright side, you get one M.2 NVMe slot for storage upgrades.
4. Cooling system
The main event here, however, is the passive cooling solution. There is a metal heat spreader with a relatively large footprint.
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There are a couple of selling points of the Swift 1 (SF114-34). In the first place, there is the price. Then, you get the battery life, followed by silent operation, and not in the last place - 1080p IPS display. These are quite some reasons to get you hooked up on buying this device. However, there is a big caveat here, and it is the processing power. You can get the Swift 1 (SF114-34) with one of a bunch of Celeron or Pentium Silver processors. If you are looking for something that will ru[...]Read the full review
- Surprisingly good value
- Optional fingerprint reader
- Comfortable backlit keyboard
- USB Type-C connection and an M.2 slot for storage upgrades
- Very good battery life
- Its Full HD IPS panel has comfortable viewing angles and a good contrast ratio (Chi Mei N140HCA-EAC (CNM14D4))
- No aggressive PWM for brightness adjustment (Chi Mei N140HCA-EAC (CNM14D4))
- Memory is soldered to the motherboard
- Covers only 52% of sRGB (Chi Mei N140HCA-EAC (CNM14D4))
- Subpar performance