Bought mine about 20 days ago. Surprisingly easy to type on at decent speeds. I love the eink display for reference and reading. no lighting on the eink or Lenovo style key light stinks. not being able to use the eink as a 2nd display in windows for any or at least select apps is a big missed opportunity. Deal breaker so far is the lack of basic windows integration with the einkj display. No morphing or customized keyboard functions? No windows ai or typing suggestions? No adjusting toolbars or second screen demo functionality to encourage developers? No send to function, hit or miss on clipboard sharing, and seriously, how hard is it to tell windows when the tablet is folded up so it can detect and enable/disable tablet mode accordingly? Performance is pretty good for the form factor, which is foolishly thin at the cost of runtime. hoping we get more updates as time goes on. a little too little for the 1000$ asking price imo.