You'll undoubtedly get a lot, including that nice display, pen input and top-flight industrial design. However, I can't help but see this as an awkward, in-between product. For the ThinkPad to fit into your world, you need a healthy budget that's not quite so healthy that the highest-end tablets are within reach. This wouldn't be as much of a problem if the device had a long-lasting battery to give it an edge, but it doesn't -- it's actually worse than more powerful hardware where short battery life is expected, like the Surface Pro 3. While I really enjoyed using the ThinkPad, it's more of a specialist's tool than a Swiss Army knife. It's delightful if it fulfills your needs, but you're probably best off either saving money with lower-end tech or investing in something more capable.