I think the price is justified. Underpowered for sure, but it's basically a 3-part HTPC in one. Tack on a wireless keyboard and mouse to a nettop PC and you get approximately the same price. Consider the difference to be a convenience cost for having it all in one device.
As long as it's not your main computer, this could be very useful for browsing the web or streaming videos from your couch.
[citation][nom]xbeater[/nom]Why didn't they call it "Keeeyboard"?Seems nice, similar specs to the netbooks, apart from screen size and SSD. Price is not very well justified though.[/citation]
Continuing that thought...why didn't they call it a K3yboard?
I'll give them credit for form factor; however, if you are only going to use the touchscreen and not hook this up to an external monitor.. the location is not ideal. If you are, the touchscreen is in a good location.
My only grief is that for the purpose I just mentioned you might as well just have a netbook or low-end laptop.
1- overpriced by $100
2- I had hoped that by now they had equipped the device with the N450 instead of the N270.
3- I had hoped they could stuff at least 2GB of DDR2 memory in there. 2GB is quite the norm now, especially so with Windows 7!