point wasn't xps is a better gaming machine, of course it's not. Main point is that at this point razer should have just waited for pascal / Polaris because it is just a tiny increase over the 2015 model. When release was March, it made some sense. Two months is a long time in the tech industry. Nvidia is having a closed release in 5 days, the full release is just around the corner and now Razer has to sit on their outdated "new" product to get a ROI. Meanwhile MSI, Asus, Alienware / Dell will be pushing out Pascal / Polaris laptops shortly after Computex. These laptops will also have tb3 capabilities most likely. Choice isn't going to be hard for most gamers.