Samsung Series 7 XE700T1A-A01US 11.6-Inch Slate (64 GB, Win 7 HP)
I received this tablet at MS Build conference, but it is the same device.
I rated this device 4 instead 5 for a couple of factors.
1. The hardware build quality is excellent, but the windows button being placed in the middle of widest side makes it awkward to use. This may be more to prevent litigation with Apple, but still an annoyance.
2. The battery life is at best 5 hours unless you go crazy with the power management settings.
I also received the dock, bluetooth keyboard, and stylus with it. These are extremely valuable as they make it almost a laptop replacement. I have very large fingers and found the keyboard very easy to use. What is so great about the keyboard it is the same width as the tablet and the sleeve we got at the conference is big enough that I can put the tablet, keyboard, and stylus all in it.
The performance of this tablet is very good. The touch screen is very responsive and has a natural feel to it. I have an iPad 1 and it is has the same great feel. The USB port on the side was very valuable over the last month as I have had to download some things over the 3G that is built in since the local network was restricted. Since it only has a 64 GB internal SD Drive it is nice to have the micro SD card.
Bottom line is that if you are considering a netbook or low end laptop then this may be just what you are looking for.
The real potential of this device lies in Windows 8. I am running the developer preview of Windows 8 and the Metro interface they introduced with Windows Phone 7 is so natural and fluid. This coming from an iPad owner and fan. They kept saying at the developer conference was they wanted Windows 8 and this tablet to be "Fast and Fluid" and they achieved their goal. Having said that Windows 8 is definitely for the techie community and has some bumpy spots, but come release day they will have a very competitive product with IOS and Android.