I'm probably something in between plain business and engineering since I do software development in engineering. I'm extremely interested in this thing because everlasting battery life - In case you go abroad to a customer you won't have to worry about battery for a day or two. And that's even more important when they got weird power plugs in other countries The screen is pretty bright so it's going to be a lot of use outdoors and in on factory floors Taking quick notes with the pen (No, not drawing grass ) - How quick does OneNote start up? How easy is quickly taking out the thing and writing away? The camera - In case I don't want to take photos of grass or myself wearing glasses and a scarf and apply some fancy Instagram filters, I'd take photos for achine installation and commissioning. How quickly can you take photos? Regarding applications: Microsoft Visual Studio is most probably an overkill, but I think there are trial versions or even free Versions out there. They probably take an hour to install but in case you have someone who knows how to start it up and compile some random program, I guess a lot of people would really like to know how those Clover Trails can handle this. AutoCAD got mentioned. Again, I don't know about trial versions, but this should be as important as Photoshop for reviews. Finally, the horror: Itunes!