I met a guy in Chengdu doing some work for a big "Century City" thing there; he somehow got ahold of one of these - anyway, you wonder how I got it and that's how. To sum up, it's a good idea and all but I'd rather have a twist/yoga-type. You can't even write on the inner screen - you have to flip the thing down for touch features, then flip it back up for typing, over and over - it sucks; no swiping through Windows 8 and then typing something or whatever - not unless you want to flip or run behind your computer over and over. It also doesn't feel equivalent to ipad balance/feel when in tablet mode, it feels like you're holding two stacked ipads or something - and you can feel more heat and churning (vibrations/sounds) of the computer more. This one says it's 11.6 inches but mine is around 13", which just makes the whole thing feel too awkwardly large (and heavy) to hold - maybe 11.6" is a better feel. I don't see how one could not fear the outer screen getting dinged up without some screen protector, and the pen has to use batteries - which sucks. It is indeed a good, thin, non-touch laptop with an awesome view on its non-touch screen, with a permanently-exposed-to-the-elements very nice crisp Windows tablet on the other side of the top. Hopefully some people will find some good use for this type of setup; I'm sure it has some awesome uses that I just haven't needed but others do.