Review from PCMag:
Well designed. Two cameras. Bundled with useful accessories including a carrying case and a dock/stand with additional USB ports and HDMI out. Since its a Windows-based device, you can install most PC software. Supports Flash.
Lacks touch-screen customization. Windows elements aren’t always finger-friendly, so the bundled digital pen or a connected keyboard/mouse are a must for heavy-duty productivity.
How does it differ from any ordinary PC tablet of yesteryear?