Okay, for a monster machine like this, with parts sticking out all over, and which is so top heavy it cannot stand on its own, the naming of "Ex-S" seems appropriate, considering the homonym "excess."
But gosh, it's sooo sharp looking... Let me come back to that point about standing up by itself: It can't. At first, when I saw that this kit came with a display stand to hold it up, I was greatly dissapointed, as I really was looking forward to building it. But then I started thinking about all the other Gundam kits of mine that have fallen over and broken or lost parts when I had them posed someplace, and I began to think that maybe a display stand isn't such a bad idea after all...
Of course the kit can transform into the long-range "G-Cruiser" mode, similar to the Zeta Gundam, and the display stand itself also converts into a mode specifically designed for displaying the kit when it's in ship mode. A whopping 31 runners of parts in all! Get ready for hours of cuttin' 'n' snappin' with this baby!
DaneB30 September at 18:46 I believe it's wishful thinking that the Scorpio will be anywhere near somebody's mention of $400. With the proposed tech inside that thing a more realistic pricepoint would be closer to $800.I still haven't seen an official announcement regarding the price but Microsoft has been known to sell at a loss.
That being said, Scorpio is late '17, so who knows what sort of cost-cutting could be in effect then tech-wise.
Darshan_Pillay30 September at 18:22 The pro will cost about R5500. I think the scorpio will be R7000 or R8000 max. Anymore than that then I would rather just upgrade my CPU or GPU.