Ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, Acer today unveiled three new laptops in its Windows 10 lineups: Swift 7, Nitro 5, and Spin 3. The company also added a new Chromebook 11 and revealed U.S. availability for the previously announced Switch 7 Black Edition and Predator Orion 9000 Series. All of the devices are slated to ship in the first half of the year.

Acer barely makes the top 5 list of PC makers, depending on who you ask. Its CES 2018 lineup is unlikely to change that, but you should still skim what’s new to see if anything catches your eye.

Swift 7

Acer claims this year’s Swift 7 (SF714-51) is “the thinnest computer in the world,” with a thickness of 8.98mm (0.35-inches). The company says its assertion is based on its own internal survey conducted on January 8, 2018 of “competing clamshell laptop designs available on the market” running Windows or OS X. If slimness is your prime concern, the tradeoff is that you can’t get 8th-generation Intel Core processors — the Swift 7 is powered by a 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor. It does, however, offer integrated 4G LTE connectivity, a 14-inch Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen with Full HD resolution, and up to 10 hours of battery life.

The Swift 7 (SF714-51) starts at $1,699 and ships in March 2018.

Nitro 5

Acer’s Nitro 5, its casual gamer 15.6-inch laptop, has been updated (AN515-42) to include AMD Radeon RX560 graphics, the latest AMD Ryzen mobile processors, Nitro Sense GPU/CPU monitoring software, and faster DDR4 RAM. The included NitroSense software is supposed to offer real-time metrics for…