First of all, I don't see a USB-C port on it, and secondly, it totally defeats the purpose of this thing. It's supposed to be tiny. Eve Core is not tiny. With laptops, yes, it makes sense, since they are portable, and can be used anywhere, anytime, without the Eve Core. And when you get back home, you plug it in and play your games. With this one... Well, it's not really portable because you need an external screen and other peripherals. So its only use is when you have limited space on your desk. And since Eve Core will be as big as like half of a whole PC, there is really no point in having this setup.
@Artur that's exactly why in all my comments I was referring to Core i ULV, not Core M. I was talking about basically all the laptops without a very good dGPU.
And using your desktop GPU for two machines is just... unpractical. You need to open up your PC case every time you need to use the GPU? Oh well.
Anyway, as I said, I was suggesting to have 2 options. Not to force everyone to choose the weaker PSU. But I very strongly believe that 250W is more than enough for like 70% of people who will buy this thing. Why don't people like the Gigabyte's choice, you ask? Because 1. they only have announced one config, 2. people are used to seeing the power of PSU for a whole desktop computer, and that needs to be significantly higher. If they see 200W they think like "wtf, how old is this?" instead of "nice, now I don't need to pay for that extra unneeded power". For the same reason people buy 650W PSUs for their desktops when they only really need 400W.
Having 2 options could become expensive. But why can't we just ship it without a PSU? Or with the PSU included but not properly inserted? That would reduce or eliminate the cost of having 2 variants. I'm suggesting to include a PSU because Eve can probably get them for cheaper than we can on retail...