The blades are hand forged functional damascus. It is possible but unlikely that they are sharper than, let's say, a Hattori or Ryusen which around here are said to be amongst the better of vg10 knives. They may be more chip resistant than a conventionally cored vg10 blade, but not gauranteed. As BDL said it in the beginning of his eloquent reply, their figures are meaningless. We have no idea at this time what their heat treat is going to produce. This thing could pssiblbly be nothing more than a marketing ploy and a dud. (edited)
From all appearences they just started selling them which would explain why you see no reviews (I noticed they just yesterday updated that section of the website). They are somewhat expensive. At this point it is fair to say that, interms of edge taking, holding and chip resistance, for the money you can very possibly do better for a stainless knife.
Then, as others would point out, there are all of the other qualities aside from blade steel for you to consider.
Summing up, it can hardly be considered prudence to base a decision on a picture and a couple of fantasy numbers, and that is mostly all you have to work with at this time. I could buy a knife like that on a whim just because I liked the looks, and likely be OK with it regardless. You're a professional, if this knife has to work for you on the line because you don't want to have to buy another that will, and you are looking to purchase a knife anytime soon, you'd be much safer going with something that is a known quantity.
Hope this helps.