Acer just unveiled the ConceptD 9's little brother, the ConceptD 7 'Ezel': Specs are very competitive with the D9 too, but in a 15.6" convertible form-factor that folds completely flat: (Verge) "The screen covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, and it has a color accuracy of Delta E <2. Acer says the laptop’s screen has a peak brightness of 400 nits and features an anti-glare coating... It comes with up to an Intel 10th Gen H-series processor, 32GB of RAM, and 2TB of PCIe solid-state storage. There’s also a Pro version, which you can configure with an Intel Xeon processor. Both laptops feature Nvidia GPUs (you get the option of Quadro RTX GPUs with the Pro), and they’re also part of Nvidia’s RTX Studio program, which includes drivers designed to boost the performance of creative software. The laptop includes two Thunderbolt 3 ports, an SD card slot, DisplayPort 1.4, and HDMI 2.0." Engadget confirms the digitizer is EMR (though oddly they say it's "less responsive" than N-Trig? ): (Edgadget) "...the ConceptD 7 Ezels come with Wacom EMR pens tucked away in a slot built into the bottom right of the hinge. You might miss it if you weren't looking for it, since the stylus is the same liquid paper-like white color and finish as the rest of the machine. Unlike the Wacom pens on previous Acer machines, this one doesn't require charging, and pulls power from the screen. I found it slightly less responsive than I'm used to on Samsung and Microsoft tablets..." And surprisingly, the pricing seems quite...reasonable (compared to the D9 at least ). (Digitial Trends) "The Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel and Ezel Pro will start at $2,699 and $3,099, respectively, later this year." What do you think guys? The next unicorn? I'm hyped.