I feel like this device's announcement came and went but the more I read about it the more I think it's finally the MacBook Pro equivalent that I've been looking for... of course that's provided Razer has their quality assurance down. Basically, 13" 4k screen. Quad core. Dedicated MX150 gpu. 2 ThunderBolt 3. 2 USB A. No frills. No fuss. Just a solid black aluminum block with good performance. I've got several 'gamery' friends that have bought Razer products and it seems like a mixed bag. A few with 15" Blades had many issues while most of my Stealth friends have had some software issues but otherwise generic 'its fine' experiences. That does give me some pause but at least they have a 3 year warranty. But you know, being as expensive as they are you'd hope you'd just never have to use it. But I guess, in my experience, that's true of Dell, Apple, and Microsofts machines premium machines as well. I have been playing with a Surface Book 2 over the last few weeks and I really enjoy it. I like the combination of reasonable CPU performance, a great industrial design, good screen and speakers, and a GPU in a relatively compact package. I've always enjoyed that. From the days of the PowerBook G4 12" and my ThinkPad T43, both of which were light on footprint and solid on performance. In the modern era of ultrabooks that particular set of needs has seemingly fallen by the wayside especially when it comes to the GPU performance. So what do you all think? I think I might try it. That price sure is sharp but I guess it's cheaper than many of the equivalents.