Good. I take it your Acer failed on you. Again. I read the comments for an article before the Surface came out, when the CEO of Acer was complaining to Microsoft that they were making a mistake. I think every comment on the article chastised Acer for its incredibly crappy hardware and suggested indirectly that Acer had no place telling Microsoft that they weren't "very good" at hardware :-)
Stay away from Acer. I could have told you that, though not especially from personal experience. HP at least has done business computers. Go HP. Oh. Actually, I think Toshiba has done the same thing, that their Satellite laptops have spent some time in the hands of business-end users.
You probably have two relatively decent computers in front of you... but if I were you... I'd look for a third option, if there is one to find. That Haswell 2955U is a passable CPU and I doubt the NVIDIA Tegra will be as good, but I have no substantial experience with Tegra processors. I hope you were able to try it out for yourself, but I suggest that it's the 32-bit variant, which allows for more instructions in a smaller space than a 64-bit processor, which not only allows more RAM but needs more for each 64-bit instruction.