What I'm saying is part of the success of a device is the accessories available from 3rd parties, making everything that is out now incompatible would be negative with Enterprise Customers. Also the thinner would force them to use "Y" Variants of the Core CPU rather than the "U" Variants which would impact performance. I think we'll see much more innovation on the ARM side then the Intel Side.
OK. But wouldn't the same problems with the ARM variant remain - inability to use x86 programs? At least if MS includes an active digitiser and a pen to the Surface 3 RT, then that would be something.