Having just spent today using one...
...I didn't like it. The screen was good, but it's a bit weighty, like holding a netbook in your hand and the sharpish edges peed me off after about 10 mins of holdng it. I can't see many women using it due to that. (no offence to women, but it is a brute) The keyboard with keys that move (TKWKTM) whose name escapes me, was good but by the time you'd added that to the overall form factor, it was so thick I thought there might be a DVD drive in there someplace. I did like how they'd split the onscreen keyboard for thumb use though.
My overall impression was that it's an expensive squished laptop made by 'Mericans and therefore has had too many burgers. My generic no name Android tab at home is lighter, does the same frou-frou stuff, the battery lasts longer and I can nip down to PC world every 12 months for a new cheap laptop to do work with, so why bother.
I really wanted to like it, but I didn't. I also used a Nokia 920 for the day and found its screen to be a bit unresponsive and that you really had to stab at it to do anything.