Doesn't matter about the specs
Whatever the specifications, the Apple haters will hate it irrationally, the fanbois will love it irrationally and a good chunk of forum traffic will be generated by people who claim to be on the fence, but feel compelled to share their superior knowledge with us:
"Only 96 USB ports? Hopeless, Apple, I need 97 at least - go back to the drawing board and try again, I'm not one of those idiots that buys rubbish with 96 USB ports just because it comes from Apple."
Meanwhile in the real world people will buy it; some will love it and some will hate it, but most will probably just find it to be a useful tool and get on with it.
Personally I'm intrigued by the concept in the same way I've been drawn to tablet PCs for a good few years - I've never bought one because I really don't have any reason to spend the extra money, but as a long time techie and gadget magpie I sometimes find myself drawn to the shiny stuff.
The "Archos 9 pctablet" almost drew me in, but between the price and the frankly woeful support I had for the last couple of items I bought from them I'm giving it, and Archos, a wide berth for now.