This thread is intended to serve as a hype train. All aboard, woot woot. Does this not look like the sexiest piece of aluminum you've ever seen?
12.5 inch screen, not even 13.
Just an ordinary ultrabook with shitty keyboard.
Comes with a PCI-E expansion tower, as if you can't fit a normal desktop at your home but you can fit a desk with an extra keyboard, mouse and external PCI-E tower.
Sony Vaio Z is a good example of laptop that tried this before. The market didn't take too well to the concept, but there's always another try.
I'd get it if it weren't so expensive. 1K laptop + $200-400? core + w/e GPU you buy. Might as well build a nice desktop rig and buy any laptop.
It's an interesting idea as a base investment. Ideally the razer core would be compatible with other thunderbolt 3 machines in the future so you could keep it and upgrade it as the years go by.