It’s about the size of a 13-inch MacBook Pro and is designed to be user-serviceable and upgradeable. It can be bought as a kit or as a fully assembled machine. This might be the most intriguing non-Apple laptop I’ve ever seen.
And the most interesting feature is the modules that can be slotted in to customize your ports. It has room for four and you can choose any combination of USB-C, USB-A, Micro-SD, DisplayPort, HDMI, or additional storage. I’d be curious to see what the most commonly ordered combination is — if I was ordering one, I’d probably get two USB-C, a USB-A, and an HDMI.
I sure would love to have one of these to tinker around with.