I would really like a mobile device with LTE. I was holding out for a laptop with a 7040 series and mobile broadband, but since dell wont use them and lenovo keeps dropping the ball, I'm also open to tablets. The surface go is the right size and price, but MS keeps dropping the ball on just...everything. The go 4 could be great, but I doubt MS will give it the attention it deserves. In which case, I may pick up the ipad mini 7 thats coming this year.
Hot 2011 take there, but in reality ARM CPUs do not scale well to desktop workloads, a 5w CPU is simply never going to be as powerful as a 45w laptop CPU. It's simple thermodynamics. Apple is the only one that has been successful in that field, and the multi core power draw of the M series is comparable to intel/AMD. We've seen the abortive efforts of MS's ARM surface devices, and more specifically, how they get their hind quarters kicked by core m3 CPUs.
It also downplays the work done in the x86 space, 10 hours of battery life from a laptop with a 50-60wh battery is considered normal now. Just 4 years ago that was only possible in laptops with ULV CPUs and 100wh batteries.
Availability is a major issue with lenovo tablets, its been out of stock on the US site since launch.