Looks like there is an upcoming laptop which includes desktop CPU within a reasonably portable form factor (Clevo P751zm). It's still rather heavy at 7.5lbs, but chassis is only 385mm x 262mm x 35.7mm (1.3 inches thick), much more portable than traditional DTR size. Trying to decide between this laptop configured with i7-4790K + 980M, 32GB RAM, 3xM.2 SSD Raid0 and P35x which uses i7-4710HQ and 980M, 16GB RAM, 2x mSATA SSD Raid0. The kind of tasks I will be using this laptop for are primarily working with pretty large files in 64-bit Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, In-Design, Illustrator, 1080p video editing (perhaps 4k as well), encoding, motion graphics as well as occasionally some demanding games. I travel frequently, so the portability factor is important; however, I'd like to get a sense of how much of a timesaver the desktop CPU and increased RAM might be compared to 4710HQ. I'm guessing Cinebench scores, etc., are through the roof for 4790K, but it would also be helpful to see some sort of practical comparison for actual tasks in Adobe applications and video encoding, effects rendering etc.