Let me preface this by saying that I have an AYANEO Pro with the 4800U and comparable hardware to this as well as a Steam deck and Nintendo Switch so I'm speaking from a position of relatively decent experience on these types of devices..
This takes the strong gaming performance of the AYANEO and the controller strength of the switch and puts them in one device. If you play games almost exclusively with the controller then the AYANEO or Steam deck might be a better choice for you, but if you play a lot of PC games on your... PC... Then a device like this offers a great level of performance, a full 10keyless keyboard, and a controller for the instances that you still want to do a console experience. The amount of storage expansion with SD cards (Yes, you can have a full size and microSD in at the same time) and the 2230 M.2 slot and performance you get from the 6800U are fantastic for the size and power use this device offers. It requires a 60W 20V/3A PD to charge properly while in use or it will kick to a really weird low power level but those are fairly common and ubiquitous and it offers 100W (20V/5A) charging to really top the battery up quick.
I am incredibly happy with this device and can't think of any real complaints to make about it from my first week of really testing and playing around with it.
You'll hear some people complain that the touchpad is at the top and if you're a person who games with keyboard/touchpad it might cause some headache for you, but I always carry a bluetooth trackball mouse with me so having the keyboard at the front is actually better in my use case.