I really believe OneNote in and of itself will help invigorate tablet sales. Until I received a Toshiba 3500 hand-me-down, I considered a tablet a curiosity but of no practical value. In fact, my son did not even use the tablet features of the 3500 - he replaced the 3500 with a high-end Gateway 17-in notebook (I hope he does not get a hernia carrying it around). I downloaded the trial version of OneNote and I was hooked! The 3500 needed a new digitizer and fortunately it had 3 months to go on the warranty. So for $50 shipping, I had a "new" 3500. I was so hooked on OneNote and writing on the tablet, that I purchased an Acer C314 to be my primary PC. In fact, my Acer 8006 laptop is now on Ebay. OneNote is my primary interface. Just about everything goes "through" OneNote. This may be the single "best" application that Microsoft has ever done - at least for me!