What would you want to see though? It's got a higher res screen, it's still 13.3", it's a convertible, it's a full M cpu, has a silo, switchable bay, etc. Heck, they even finally made it as thin as the old Lenovo/ HP convertibles. For me, I admit that I wish this device had a detachable screen. I know, I know, for those who have the t902 they are in love with the full M chip, but I'd give it up to get a detachable 13.3" screen that came with a base that had a silo and a switchable bay. Now, if I could get that with a full M cpu, then that would be great. But once you aim for a cpu in the slate, things seem to change. I just think that current detachable manufacturers are misunderstanding the function of the base, which to me should a base-- provide a silo, other benefits, etc. besides just the keyboard, IMO. The t902 does all this currently, but it's thicker and heavier than I want for those times when a slate would be most functional.