I'm aware of all of the other options out there. I'm even less convinced in a Yoga than the Surface. Anything bigger than this just doesn't pass as a usable tablet. Paul Thurrot just yesterday wrote that despite his efforts to use the Surface as his only computer, for his upcoming trip to Mexico he's going to have to bring his usual ultrabook. That's my point; for other than a small niche of people, the Pro is too compromised to offer a compelling experience as either a laptop or a tablet. http://winsupersite.com/windows-8/going-pro-when-push-comes-shove This is why I'm now leaning towards an Atom device. I do want a more full-featured tablet than an iPad. But I also want really light weight and battery life I don't have to think about. I have switched to doing my afternoon work on the Pro here at the office, and it will be lucky if the battery makes it the 4 hours I spend here after lunch, using the power saving plan and very light usage.