Acer's Swift 7 laptop - which was unveiled at this year's IFA conference, and is less than a centimeter thick - is now available for purchase in the US. The company's official US store is selling the device for $1,099.
Third party retailers such as Amazon and Best Buy also have the Windows 10-powered laptop listed on their websites, but it's out of stock at the moment (Best Buy says 'sold out online'). What's, however, worth mentioning here is that Amazon is selling the Swift 7 for $999.99.
Unlike this model, HP Spectre got i5-7200U (not Core M) AFAIK.. probably at the expense of battery life to a degree. Several years from now, 10nm process and next gen battery might change this situation I wish
The design is similarly with HP Specter 13. Acer stole Hp design. :0
No I like USB Type-C it's the future but I haven't seen that many laptops using a Thunderbolt port though. I like big fat laptops because 1) I have one and 2) because of the specs; I'll get on-board thin laptops when more and more use regular Core i'...