HQ processors (at least some of them) do allow 64GB:
@Owais_Lone I'm totally with you here but I would like to add more emphasis on making the laptop a little bit different.
Nowadays, they all try to make laptops thin, light, etc. - but IMO that's not the point when we're talking about a workhorse. Being powerful must be the number one focus. And to keep that for a longer time, it has to be upgradable.
You said it would be nice to have a "unibody", "lightweight" design. I beg to differ, and I offer a different approach: make it as thick as needed, and as ugly as needed, because the main goal is to make it powerful. And the power should never be sacrificed.
However, since it's a laptop (not a desktop), it must have decent battery life. To add more battery, either thickness or power must be compromised. But then again, I would like the power to remain as high as possible. No sacrifice here. Just make it weigh 3kg, be 4cm thick... I don't care, as long as that helps keeping it more powerful.
And finally, my biggest disappointment with today's laptops: the input devices. Keyboards are shallow, touchpads are shitty, they're big but they're missing proper buttons. I would like to see another laptop with similar keyboard/touchpad to the good old IBM Thinkpads. A numpad is a must. F1-12 are a must. Home/end/page up/down are a must. Full-size arrow keys are a must. Real mouse buttons are a must. Long key travel is a must. And the keyboard must have some tactile feedback. Unlike those pesky laptop keyboards nowadays...
THAT is the perfect keyboard.
I don't care that it's THIS thick.
It's meant to be thick. Because it has "thick" power.
What do you think? Do you agree with what I said? Or am I the only one who doesn't like the recent changes in design?
P.S. there is really not much difference between 14" and 15", so I think we should either choose just one size to sell, or make it more drastic, like 13/15" or 15/17".