it does, which is why it makes no sense you are still referring to it as a classic tablet when it's a computer with a keyboard and a touchpad and mouse buttons and a full version of windows 8 that runs office and photoshop and millions of other applications.
sure, it does the tablet stuff AS WELL, but this is a computer. why are you already limiting what you do with the device months before you can even purchase it? the game has changed. you aren't buying a tablet. you are buying the worlds most flexible ultrabook.
Because it has a small screen and keyboard. You aren't... you aren't actually planning on using this for dev work? I need at least 27'' for screen estate. I worked with a screen that big once before, I'll never go back.
if i get one i will use it for whatever capabilities i can squeeze out of it. there's no point in limiting what i can do in advance.
also, this thing has video out, again, flexibility is key to the device.
This post has been edited by supersloth: 20 June 2012 - 09:42 AM