Its pretty terrible that a $2k computer that doesnt have ethernet doesnt even have dual-band wireless....
Looks to me like an over-glorified Macbook Air that costs about double . . . and like the guy above me says, not even dual band wireless?
Looks like it's only for the touchscreen benefits. Dunno I don't think all the other stuff would fit many people. I have an i7 that goes at 2.3 GHz and could also be Turbo Boosted to something higher, and also HD 4000. And my laptop costed like $700. I dunno, maybe if you're willing to spend all that money...
This isn't very good....
I would buy the 15 inch non-touch version right now if it was 1300 instead of 1600. Touch is unnecessary and IMO, so is the i7, at least for my use.
Overall it sounds solid and battery life would suffice me. Screen size is just right and it doesn't sound flimsy. Gonna see if we carry them in the store, else I'll check them out at the competition.
I think some of these other commentators are missing some of the key benefits: mainly the high pixel density of the screen. I would love dualband wireless, but don't need it. I haven't attached a laptop to an ethernet port for years. USB3 with my external solves any storage woes I may have.
It's just 300 dollars too much for me.
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