And the specs are above average for the price ( of course they are not meant to be gaming machines).
The lowest priced 14" model ( heck, $600 128GB SSD)
The most expensive 14" model ( $1100, 256GB SSD)
I personally like their thin&light 15.6" models which have IPS + Full HD displays + SSDs. I don't play games and I don't need mobility hence the specs are what I need in my notebook ( great design, IPS display, SSD). And the price is reasonable $1000-$1150. I wish they improved their keyboard ( The Verge were complaining on this part).
I agree, specs wise they look very good and competitive. I wish they were available in Sweden so I could check them out at least. I remember the verge hyping them up a bit before release, so obviously they got my attention as well.
Oh, I realized I had been looking at the 15.6" version of the Vizio, and I just read the review for the 14" one. They really didn't like it. Could they have gotten a bad example or were they particularly negative?
Edited by Coq de Combat - 10/2/12 at 6:32am