Intel is pushing hard into a tiny modular PC gaming market with its new Ghost Canyon NUC PC. The barebones system costs between $1,050 - $1,700 and still require buying a GPU, storage, and memory. Fully built, it could cost between $1,500 - $3,000 for a decent gaming setup:
Razer Tomahawk is also based on this architecture and starting at $2,000 for a full build. But it is twice as big (10 liters in volume vs. 5 liters) when compared to Intel's Ghost Canyon.
Finally, Cooler Master is sandwiching their $200 case in between Intel and Razer. Their enclosure is 7.5 liter.
Since the NUC product line targets gamers, I'm wondering what problem does it solve to demand a high price for a small size?