Hello all, just purchased one and thought I would give a quickie review. I am running the version with Core-M processor, 8 GB RAM, and LTE sim support. I upgraded (for free) the default Windows 10 Home S Mode, to the Full Mode. I am running the following applications, concurrently, at all times: Thomson Reuters Eikon (Refinitiv) Interactive Brokers Trader Workstation (Desktop) Microsoft Outlook (full desktop application) And as needed, launch Edge for some basic Web Browsing (I do my main browsing on a separate laptop). So far I do the following main tasks: Eikon Multiple watchlists Multiple tickers Full news stream Multiple charts A dozen or so workspaces which I tab through as needed. TWS Mainly list positions Basic order entry Strategy builder Portfolio management Options viewing Outlook Standard mail and calendar activities Note: I do NOT do speed trading, day trading, tick trading, or anything where milliseconds count. So I can not attest to the performance for those who require those activities. Result: Performance across the board is great. I can keep Eikon on one virtual desktop, TWS on a second, and Outlook on a third. I'm able to switch between the virtual desktops with ease, everything responds quickly. All the activities in all applications are fast. They all load quickly. I notice no performance issues. I'm able to click around and load charts, move symbols, refresh screens, enter orders, without any noticeable lag. I left all the applications up and running 24/7 for the last 3 days. At this time, Memory is sitting at 6/8 GB. CPU is happy at 20%. I have 80GB of disk (out of 128) free. I'm not using an adapter, so it's going through WiFi (5GHz), and the network performance is perfectly good (even with multiple symbols refreshing on the tick). I leave it unplugged, and can go through a full day without needing a charge. This makes it great if you want to work from Starbucks or a long train ride. The screen looks sharp. Of course it is smaller, but the resolution is higher. I needed to adjust the font size on the applications so they fit, but (to my surprise) I did not have to reorganize any of the windows, they scaled well for me to look at. (Note: If you stare at the screen 8 hours/day you may need to do more adjustments). It's light, folds up nicely with the keyboard, pen clicks on the side nicely. Very easy to go portable with. Since it runs my apps nicely, I now use it as my main trading terminal. Which also makes travel easy, as I no longer need to lug around a large laptop. And now I can free up my laptop for other activities. Pro Tip: Naturally, the diminutive keyboard is not great for prolonged use. So I use Microsoft's 'Mouse Without Borders' application. Installed on the Tablet and my main PC, I can continue to use my main PC's full sized keyboard & mouse with all input being directed towards the Tablet when the Mouse is moved to the Tablet's screen, or the main PC when it's moved back. (I actually run three separate computers at the same time with one KB&M). Works quite nicely. I recommend it to anyone who wants a very lightweight portable computer for a specific Windows 10 task (in this case, Trading). I choose MSFT instead of a Chinese brand (the only alternatives I could find), out of a desire for an abundance of caution with regards to security. (And yes, I like MSFT). Thank you.