Club head and ball tracking, indoor/outdoor, normalization, wireless, iOS and Android support, sim integration, skills development/tracking. Did I mention $3995? (Current X2 Complete is $11000. TrackMan IIIe (without video) is $22000.)
What we don't know yet:
Alignment camera? That leftmost symbol sure looks like a representation of an aperture.
Self-level? Doubt it at the price point.
Desktop integration (with existing FS software packages)? Again, doubt it. Think this is going to be a mobile-only device. There's got to be some major differentiation from the much more expensive models further up the product line. If so, will be interesting to see how they've tackled report generation and data export, both of which are important for instructional use.
Accuracy: Obviously the big question. Heard about this thing a while ago when it was still in development and was told unofficially it was as good as the X2. Hope so!
Real interesting product I think, with the potential to shake up the launch monitor market in a big way.