yeah, I understand what you are saying but while Wacom integration is nice (for some people) and while running Windows Apps is nice (for some people), at this price point it won't attract the people that already wouldn't buy the cheaper RT version.
Personally, I think the RT version's failure should have been a big sign for Microsoft. The average consumer never knew that the RT version couldn't run their usual Windows Apps but they didn't really buy Surface RT devices either and OEM's didn't really want to bother making them either.
Microsoft never got their RT devices down to a competitive price point either.
All in all, you have to look at the facts, iPads sell at a high price. Kindle Fire and the Nexus 7 Tablet sells like hot cakes at their drastically reduced prices. The market for Tablets is not really the same market as Ultrabooks. Microsoft is trying to create this new Ultrabook/Tablet hybrid market and unfortunately, it is just the wrong Company, wrong OS to attempt such a thing. Outside of business, most people have a love hate relationship with Microsoft and it leans more on the line of hate. Most people think of expensive software, malware and viruses when they think about Microsoft. That is a huge stigma to overcome and I just don't think $1,000 Ultrabook/Tablet hybrids are going to help change that stigma any time soon.