Honestly, they have some good ideas, but to claim it will "save PC gaming" is just absurd when it costs $2800.
The small form factor is nice, but drives the cost way up, as well as the touchpad and shiny lights. If you're building a race car, you don't have very many, if any, accessories in the car. They just add weight and ultimately take away from performance, also driving up the price when you first purchase the car. It is not comfortable, as youre going to take out the carpet, power motors, heavy power seats, AC, upholstery, etc, but that is what will give you the most performance. You don't spend money on big stereos, shiny trim, 26" chrome wheels, etc. Similarly, a purpose built gaming laptop will get the most performance/$ with as much of the money going into the performance of the machine instead of shiny lights and weight. If you want the most performance, a 3", 10lb laptop won't bother you.
Again, they have some good ideas, and if I was using money as toilet paper I might buy one, but for people with realistic budgets it has its priorities screwed up since it is marketed as a "gaming" laptop, yet it is severly lacking in the performance department that you would expect for the price.