I bought one of these for Christmas
I bought a Linx 8 tablet for a 6 year old. Why? Because it was 80 quid and came with 32GB, a relatively hires screen, a quad core Intel processor, and ran Windows 8.1 which meant it's basically a PC with enough apps to keep the kid happy. There is Netflix, a bunch of Disney games and various other bits and bobs on the store. The storage means she can play music and videos that I copy onto it, or stream them. The app selection is terrible compared to Android but it's enough. Just. And of course you can run anything that runs on a desktop.
It also means if we go on hols or whatever I could borrow the tablet to print out boarding passes or attach a keyboard and type something in a proper word processor. I printed out a picture she coloured with an app the other day and it just found the printer on the network and printed to it. None of the BS faffing around that Android would make me endure.
Now onto impressions - it's actually a rather good tablet. It feels solid, the screen is bright, there's not too much bloom and metro feels incredibly responsive. The desktop is fast enough for basics though you wouldn't want to play games on the thing. There is wifi, bluetooth, microsd, micro usb, micro HDMI. You could hook this thing up to a keyboard and monitor and use it as a PC if you wanted. Tiny yes, but it's a PC. For 80 quid. It also has a year's sub to Office 365.
On the negative side, this is actually the *second* Linx since the first one went kaput soon after purchase. It wouldn't charge, the light started blinking and when I left it on charge for a few days and tried to start it, I got a message that firmware was corrupted. So I've replaced it and it's too early to say if it was an isolated fault in one unit or not.
The other negative is battery life isn't great. It's about 12 hours on standby or 4-5 hours with screen on. I would have expected it to sleep far more efficiently than it does. Maybe this is a driver issue.
But barring the problem that required a replacement it is a solid tablet. It is incredible to think that this is an £80 PC in effect. That's cheaper than even netbooks were in their time.