Hi, asking more out of curiosity and not so much because I´m in the market for that particular device: Where I´m from (Germany), there seems to be steep price drop of these machines and I´m wondering if anyone here knows whether that ushers in a new generation of the device, or if it means the end of product line alltogether.
So far, the Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel could be had mostly in 2 variants:
a) For around 3000€, featuring Intel I7 11th gen Octacore, 16-32GbRam, 1Tb HD, and usually an RTX A3000
b) For around 5000€, featuring Intel 11th gen Xeon Octacore, 32Gb RAM, 2TB HD, and an RTX5000 with 16GB Ram.
Now I´m seeing the second version sometimes with 64Gb RAM for around 3000€, or even slightly less.
To my knowledge, the Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel represents everything one could want in a convertible: 4K display, plenty of power (well, in terms of Intel 11th gen CPU territory), sufficient RAM, and a powerful GPU. It did have some disadvantages though: Price tag, weight (2,5Kg), apparently a very noisy fan (never experienced one personally but that is what I heard), very short battery life (no wonder considering the hardware specs), and some versions came equipped only with a Wacom AES pen, not the EMR pen.
I´m beginning to wonder if in light of a dramatically falling price tag, this machine could become a reasonable proposition.