Bought the 4300Y/8GB/256GB one during the last woot (and returned the 4300Y/4GB/128GB I had bought off Newegg a couple weeks earlier) I had already about the mobile keyboard w/battery ( http://www.amazon.com/Dell-Computer-Tablet-Keyboard-Mobile/dp/B00GEC7QPA/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1409763878&sr=1-1) for the other one and that made it essentially a netbook sized computer with ultrabook specs and speed that can be a tablet when I want.
The 8GB version was actually faster to use having them side by side for 2 days even though 8.1 doesn’t really NEED over 4GB for basic use, it’s still nicer to have it for the future as yo can’t upgrade memory in this thing.
Actually that brings me to a HUGE plus of this series of tablets. The back cover is removable allowing access to 1. the fully user replaceable battery (~$60 for one was the cheapest I found for one that looked OK a month ago) 2. the M.2 SSD (if the tablet ever gets broken beyond repair data recover is possible in a desktop/laptop with a M.2 port or you could just upgrade when you need more storage a year later) and 3. The M.2 wireless card though it’s already 802.11ac and mine has no problems topping 600 Mbps doing file transfers to and from my server (only slightly slower than the full size laptop I have with the mini PCIe version of the same wireless card in it from the same spot in the house)
The only drawback is compared to the Google Play store and the Apple App Store the Windows store is just lacking. There are a few apps I miss from my old Android tablet this replaces, but at the end of the day I’m running full Windows 8.1 and have enough power for the desktop equals of some of them anyway.
Another note, I read a comment about not having 8.1 on one of the models I’m 99% sure mine had it when I got it, but don’t worry if it’s running 8, the upgrade is free and thanks to the SSD wont be TOO bad to install.
Just thought of another “con” it’s caused me. I run a small PC repair business and I’ve had customers complain that my “Little laptop thingy” is faster than their PC the Best Buy guy sold them with a “super fast” 1TB Hard drive 4GB of memory and quad core CPU for $700 to make their internet faster. <-- The number of times that scenario happens scares me.