Re: Windows tablets are now cheaper than iPods (and iPads too, but that that's less surprising)
I agree, but at this point price, we are talking about consumer sales. It would be a bit naive to think you could do any large amount real productive work on one of these. They aren't desktop replacements - they are mostly for media consumptions, even if they throw in Office 365 for a year. Maybe some quick edits here and there, but that's about it.
I was thinking however, for companies that have a lot of online documentation, something like this would be easy to purchase and distribute (think Word docs, spreadsheets, PDFs, drawings, etc).