Yeah, and for related reasons they also really like small stuff.Maybe that's why a Japanese tech news site is interested in it.
Or for professionals who need powerful computers on the go (like CAD work). I work most of the time in home office, but once a week I have to go to the office. That forces me to work on a notebook, which is good but could be better. This would only have size and weight as a compromise, but those aside, I could work with many more cores and much more powerful GPUs.I guess it's good for places like gaming cafe's, since you can lock up everything into one unit so there's not even a monitor cable for someone to mess with.
The only other scenario where this makes any sense to me is if you live in a broom closet and literally have no space for more than this.