Wow some cocks are out in force today!
Ok, lets be a bit rational here.
We don't know pricing and we don't know hardware design, what we have is SKUs for an OSs that may or may not be useful for a given market group.
ARM may or may not be handy, we don't know, I think personally the big issue here would be price, a cheap tablet that runs a form of Windows that can integrate with your desktop and phone may make sense IF the price is right. Business would be going x86 anyway and the Basic version of Win 8 would easily fit in to the home market, again, IF the price is right and of course if the hardware is right
Until we get to play with RT (and x86), see the hardware of both x86 and ARM and find out the price points then there really isn't any point in jumping up an down about it.
To now, x86 tablets have been very expensive and haven't lasted that long.
So can we at least have some sort of rational response to this story without it getting flooded by MS haters and fanboys alike.