(Acer offers power-off USB charging, so you can juice up your phone or other accessories even when the laptop is shut off.) Note that the Swift 5’s power adapter doesn’t use USB-C to charge by default, so you’ll have to carry around the included barrel plug charger unless you’ve got a wall / phone charger capable of some decent USB-C Power Delivery.
The Swift 5’s 1080p display is very detailed and colorful, though it doesn’t offer quite as wide of a color gamut as something like the Surface Laptop 2 or other high-end machines.
There’s a Dolby Audio emblem near the upper right of the keyboard, but don’t let that influence your sound expectations, as the Swift 5’s speakers are very average.
But the Swift 5 stands alone in putting a big display that’s perfect for getting work done into a laptop this unfathomably light.