I am a software engineer so I will be coming at this review from a very technical perspective. I really wanted a Surface Pro, however, they can be pretty expensive so this seemed like a good alternative. Overall, this has been a very nice tablet / laptop. I use it mainly to remote in to a work machine when I am traveling, working from home, or otherwise not in the office. It was done very nicely for this. The machine only has 2 GB of RAM when it really should have 4 GB. I think that most users will find the machine slow / sluggish because of it. If you take the time to 'fine tune' everything, and understand it's limitations, you can get by on 2 GB. Be very careful of the apps you install and be aware of their hardware requirements. Also, use EDGE as your browser. It's much better on resources than Chrome and Firefox (Chrome is pretty slow) and runs faster. The Intel Atom processor and 64 GB SDD have been plenty for me. In watching the performance, the bottleneck for me has been RAM. Like I said, if you can 'fine tune' this and if you can really pay attention to what apps you have and how they are affecting performance, you can get away with this machine. I think for the average user, this might be a difficult / slow machine to try and work with. This machine with 4GB of RAM instead of 2GB would be amazing.