Is CompAmerica's Orca 9098 the "most powerful laptop on Earth," as the company claims? While it does have some impressive specs, including a P4 at up to 3.8 MHz, dual hard drives, a choice of three different high-end graphics adapters, and a 17-inch display, we have to note that we've seen similar specs from other boutique manufacturers. And for some extreme gamers — a clear target market for this box — that P4 may be a deal-breaker, given the popularity of AMD processors among that group. Still, at a starting price of about $2,149, this is priced competitively — though we doubt you can get it in 10 designer colors.
Update: This isn't Engadget 1985, so that should be 3.8 GHz, not MHz.