+Ahmad Asraf Hashim
pick one... =phttps://play.google.com/store/search?q=ubuntu+theme
google is your friend bro... =p+Peter van der Linden
except for the fact that webtop is pretty limited on features and hardware it is compatible with, and the fact that the webtop hardware itself costs just about as much as a phone does (with contract)... the fact that this will be able to switch over to a FULL desktop mode with LIMITED additional hardware COST will be a great boon to its development.
I don't feel people have given the surface enough of a chance yet... I feel Windows 8 is one of the best Microsoft operating systems since XP, because of how light-weight it is on the hardware you install it on. It will take people a while to get used to the new start menu (metro), but eventually... especially with touch interfaces becoming more popular... it will catch on. Also, because of how light weight it is on the hardware, it means that you can install it on lower power systems (Windows RT) and it will function. However, I do think the price point is way off... Windows RT should have been priced to be competitive with android tablets, or at the very least be a midpoint between android tablets and iPads.
Back to the subject of Ubuntu on Android... It does look like they've put considerable time and effort into making the Ubuntu interface considerably different than all of its competitors. Only time will tell if it is actually a better operating system for the main categories of rating a computing device (performance and usability). In the end, I think it might come down to the one feature I really don't want to give up in my smartphone... the full sliding querty keyboard is very important to me... ^_^