What truly caught our eye are the GPUs available on them. The former has a GT 700M GPU, while the latter features a Radeon HD 8000.
Sadly, all evidence suggests that, contrary to what people may hope, they aren't next-generation discrete cards.
Instead, they are probably rebranded NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M and AMD Radeon HD 7550M.
No specifications have been revealed, which is to say that the hardware of the laptops was listed fully, but the performance parameters of the graphics adapters were left out.
Given the nature of the previous-generation models, it is doubtful that we can expect any sort of high performance, although they are definitely better than the integrated GPUs in the Intel CPUs.