Summary: This was my second tablet in a matter of one month. I am not computer literate in the least. I figured they all were pretty much the same. What I wanted mine for was to do work on the go. Part of that work is scheduling. Anyone who wants to use anything with Silverlight cannot use anything except windows 8. You cannot get anything that operates on android or windows rt. I wish I had known that before going through the madness of finding a tablet.
Summary: I bought this computer new for my junior year at college it came bundled with Microsoft Office. I have carried it around in my backpack for nine plus months without an issue. It has handled being tossed around and even one wreck on my bike. The battery life of 10+ hours is understated I usually get 12 plus life out of a charge. The docking station/key board, makes it much easier to type papers and doubles as an excellent screen protector.
Summary: I have previously owned hptouch pad, original kindle fire and then the kindle fire HD. I got to the point I knew I wanted a windows tablet because I was in love with the idea of a hybrid device that would be a tablet or a labtop. The kindle fires I had were decent but I really wasn't playing games on it and some sites didn't work that great using their browser. Plus with the kindle fire it did not have access to the full android store so my MLS app wasn't updated.
Summary: This tablet is amazing. My girlfriend is going on her 4th year of college as a psychology major and always has paper due, not all the time she is carrying her laptop with her so I bought her this tablet. It's quality built yet it's not to heavy for her to keep in her purse. This is not your ordinary tablet, you know like the iPad or Samsung which is just another cell phone but bigger.