It doesn't have a dedicated GPU like the Huawei Matebook X Pro (which you can't buy in Australia, or anywhere else anymore), but as far as well specced lightweight laptops go, here's $500 off i7 Razer Blade Stealth.
Available through the Microsoft Store for $2199 - $200 less than the 256GB SSD model, amazingly - is Razer's portable, glowing baby laptop. I've reviewed earlier models of the Blade Stealth, and found they held up as a great alternative for students or people looking for a Macbook Air-esque device.
Last year, the unthinkable happened. I was in Taipei for Computex. I'd just walked into a group press conference ready to take notes and transcribe. I opened up my Macbook Air and ... half the screen was blank. In between interviews, my screen died.
The problem with most ultralight devices in this range is that you usually have to make some kind of a tradeoff: you only get an i5 CPU, or only 8GB RAM, or a tiny hard drive. The Stealth offer here has none of those: an i7-8550U with 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD, which ticks all the boxes for most people, while shipping in a chassis that's only 1.35kg. (For reference, that's roughly the same weight as the Surface Laptops or the Huawei Matebook X Pro.)
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