Do you enjoy web browsing in portrait? I do. I think because it fulfills my dream of having an electronic newspaper with the whole page right there in front of me. For this, the 3:2 aspect ratio is truly the best. Also for taking written notes in portrait. Just like a legal pad. Awesome. Compare the SP3 to the Yoga 2 Pro. Right now you can get an i7 Yoga 2 Pro with 8 gb ram and a 256 gb ssd for only $1099 direct from Lenovo. Hell of a badass machine for that price. But here's the problem: 1) 16:9 aspect ratio makes web browsing in portrait all but impossible - too tall and narrow, it just feels weird and unnatural. 2) No active digitizer. If like me you don't use your pen often, you do appreciate it being there when you need it. I owned a Y2P previously and not having the pen bugged me - a lot. 3) With keyboard it is only .5 lbs heavier than the SP3 with keyboard. Heavier enough to begin feeling pretty heavy as a tablet. Also, of course, you can take the keyboard off the SP3 and then you are 1.2 lbs lighter. Want to remind yourself how narrow a 16:9 screen is for browsing in portrait? Set your SP3 to 1920 x 1080. Yep, narrow. To see the entire width of webpage at once text would be so small as to be unreadable. If I were going for just an ultrabook, I'd pick the Y2P over the SP3, especially at its sale price. But if I want a "one ring to rule them all, nothing it can't do" device, SP3 is the clear choice.