Hi iKirin and Mike,
thanks a lot for the warm welcome and the kind words regarding NBC. I still need to write the English version of the news for the US-site, hopefully will get to it today.
@iKirin: Thanks a lot for answering the questions on the NBC forum already!
Well, obviously I am pretty excited about it although we would have to wait for test results first
On a personal note, like some readers on our site, I am a bit sceptical if a community like yours can really pull all that off: the logistics, the support, especially in bigger numbers. Also, I might add, that big companies like Microsoft could just lower their prices easily if the Eve V catches on. I also have to say, that at the current price, the Eve V certainly is a very attractive package but if it cost $770 more, I am not so sure, it would get that much attention anymore, although the specs are certainly awesome.
I am currently not looking for a replacement convertible (still happy with my Acer R7-372T), nevertheless I am still pondering about getting the V as well. However, I wish there was a 1 TB version and more flexible arrangements. For instance I would be fine with the i5, 8 GB RAM and a 1 TB SSD but this wish is hardly ever granted in the notebook world these days Also, I would have loved it even more, if the display had smaller bezels similar to the XPS 13 which is not a tablet, I know. Anyway, those are minor quirks. All in all I have to say, the V is certainly the most attractive option out there at the moment, specwise. As for quality, I cannot say of course
While we are at it, I do have some follow up questions if I may (sorry, didn't read all of the FAQ yet, if they are answered there, just let me know)
- Are SSD and maybe RAM user replaceable/upgradeable ?
- If yes, will that void the warranty?
- Which technology is the SSD based on (M2 I suppose but SATA or PCIe/NVME?)
- Will it be possible to buy the V without VAT as a EU citizen with VAT number?
Again, thanks a lot for your warm welcome and hope to talk more soon,