The big problem I have is, once I've priced up the 64 version and the keyboard I realise I'm not that far off something like a Macbook or a reasonable Windows/Linux-capable laptop, so then I go off considering them too. At which point I realise they're not tablets and end up back at the start.
I think this is the big problem I have with the price/form of the C: it's too good to be an Android tablet but not quite good enough to be a machine to do actual work on it.
All tablets are still a bit like this, even though they are pretending/trying really hard not to be.
I guess they're "good enough" for regular people who just wanted to browse the web and keep their email, and occasionally write a word document of some sort.
Not sure those in the industry are really into that idea though, which is an odd contradiction.