Great looking Windows device. The Android based units offer 10 point multitouch, hdmi, dolby...so I imagine those specs will definitely be part of the Windows sku as well. And with AMD processor its probably a sure bet this will come with a DirectX 10+ graphics. Then again, in 2011, with Intel Oaktrail etc, it doesn't make sense to buy anything without DirectX 10. Especially if you want to take advantage of IE9's hardware acceleration. The big unknown, price.
Microsoft better be prepared to compete on finger friendlyness and low cost apps or those Android/Chrome models might grab 20% of consumer market in its first year. And I'm not entirely sure those folks who go the other way will bother buying a Windows PC in addition. 2011 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for Microsoft. I'm looking forward to what they have announce at CES.