Excerpt: This is the most usable computer I've ever had. I take it everywhere and can get real work done wherever I am. Not the fastest computer around, but the battery life is great, and if you want to get real work done with office or just play with some apps, this is a great machine.
Summary: I bought a surface on release day and they are good, but this one seems much more sturdy in comparison. Don't get me wrong, the surface is a great machine, but it's what you can say is a definitive first generation. That hardware physically feels sturdy, but it's just not exactly a functional daily use machine like this one.
Summary: Pros: -10.1 screen, a bit smaller physical size than its competition. -Lightweight, among the lightest of the Atom tablets. -Stylus, this is simply awesome and makes the transition from keyboard/mouse to touch easier. -64gb storage built in, and a microSD slot for expansion. -Small amount of crapware pre-installed.
Summary: This is the best overall tablet on the market. I use tablets as a handheld ultra portable device for web browsing, email, watching movies while travelling, and book reading. We have 3 iPads, which are nice devices, but without Flash support for web browsing it's really frustrating to use. With Intel based Win8 tablets in general you get full Win7/win8 capability and a real web browser. Everything else runs great including emails (I use outlook) and movies.
Summary: Windows 8 is perfect for PCs with only a mouse and keyboard, those with touchscreens, and those with both. Whatever kind of PC you have, you'll discover fast and fluid ways to switch between apps, move things around, and go smoothly from one place to another.