Acer has announced the new Swift 5 laptop at IFA 2018 in Berlin. The new Acer Swift 5 is the world’s lightest 15.6-inch laptop, weighing under 2.2 pounds.

The 15.6-inch model of the Swift 5 comes with a 1080p full HD touchscreen display and it has very thin bezels all around. Acer says that the notebook comes with an 87.6 percent screen-to-body ratio. The Swift 5 comes with a magnesium-lithium alloy body that Acer says it is durable and won’t bend and twist.

The laptop also has a magnesium-aluminum alloy palm rest that’s intended to provide a sturdy base when typing or using the trackpad. Inside, the 15.6-inch Acer Swift 5 is powered by the 8th generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors with 8GB/16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD storage. It also comes with Intel’s UHD Graphics 630 GPU.

“Acer is consistently developing new ways to engineer thin-and-light chassis designs that house the latest technology with stellar features,” Acer general manager of consumer notebooks and IT products business Jerry Hou said. “The industry-leading sub-1 kg weight on the new Swift 5 delivers all that’s best in an ultra-portable notebook: a sleek chassis, stylish design and slim bezels with superb performance and battery life.”

As for other specs, the Acer Swift 5 comes with a USB Type-C port, two USB 3.1 Type-A ports and an HDMI port. The speakers on the new Acer notebook are also Dolby Audio optimized and comes with Acer’s TrueHarmony audio technology.

The 15.6-inch Swift 5 will be available in Europe this November with a starting price of  €1,099. The new Acer notebook will be released in the United States next year on January, according to Engadget. The existing 14-inch model of the Swift 5 is also getting upgraded with 8th generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. The upgraded model will be available in Europe next month with a starting price of  €999.

Acer also teased that it will be releasing an upgraded version of the Swift 7 notebook. Like the Swift 7 Acer announced earlier this year, this upgraded version will come with a 14-inch display. The main difference, however, is that the upgraded Swift 7 will be powered by 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor and it will have an edge-to edge-display with a screen-to-body ratio of 92 percent, according to The Verge. Unfortunately, Acer didn’t reveal additional information on other specs, pricing and release date.