Re: The demise of the PC is greatly exaggerated
Well aside from the fact that I don't need Android for that (WP10/Continuum will allow that as well) the question is Why?
If I really need a "desktop" I'd rather go with a Atom or core-i based tablet pc with LTE. That will likely offer a better performance/price ratio and is useable on the go for reading complex documents and note taking. Let's go "spending crazy" for a second:
+ Surface/3 with LTE (4GB/128GB SSD) and Stylus and a book case => 900€ at around 700gram
+ The dock (if wanted/needed) comes an extra 230€. Or I can simply use the USB-port and HDMI port
The closest android equivalent is a Samsung Note 5/64GB at around 750€ and 200gram
Yes, the Note is lighter but has a smaller screen, a toothpick stylus and 3 month after the Note 6 is out (maybe sooner) there'll be no more bugfixes etc. for it (Cyanogen does not count since it can not support the stylus)
Both are to big for a normal pocket and either end up in a backpack etc or carried along in the bookcase. One is a mere Android phone the other is a fully capabel PC that can run (and due to stylus use) standard programs. And external USB-3 devices without adapters and prayers. Want a checkcard-sized 256GB SSD - For just 99€ you get one, plug and go (Samsung T1) that can be used just like the internal one (Okay, USB-3 speed)