I'm sure it will be fine on running Modern apps on the tile interface it it will make movies and photos look nicer, but what about trying to work with apps on the desktop? At our office we have absolutely ZERO work-related applications that employees use that run in the Modern interface. The only reason anyone would leave the desktop interface is to goof off or maybe glance at graphical weather reports. I noticed someone using one of our 1080p 15.6" Windows 7 laptops and struggling to read their email in Outlook. They needed help to enlarge the text and icons to make the screen readable to them. If some people are already having issues with 1080p on a 15.6' laptop, I can only image it is going to be much worse on a 10" screen with even higher resolution. In Windows 8.1 is there a way to greatly increase the scaling of the desktop interface or is there any way to reduce the display resolution without making it blurry? One of the things they need to do is use Remote Desktop. It's nice to have extra screen real estate in remote desktop for less scrolling around, but if it is all too tiny, it won't be workable. If not, we will have to go with 1366x768 laptops so the desktop interface will be usable by more than just Millennials with 20x15 vision.