So, just to throw my hat into the ring, I still don't think this is a good deal. Previously, I threw in the example of the Asus q325, which for roughly the same price served a similar form and function, albiet without thunderbolt 3. But, having been in the market for a windows tablet for some time now, I wanted to spread some more information.
Right now, on ebay, it's entirely possible to get a used surface book for a huge discount compared to this device. And those devices will be rocking 6th gen i7 chips. So, not as powerful, almost half the price, and all the pretty bells and whistles. I myself got lucky and picked up an open-box from my local best buy for the cool price of $450, although mine was the i5/8GB/128g varient.
But, moving past that, there are also a myriad of tablets online as well, such as the dell latitudes, lenovo thinkpad X1 tablets, and HP Pro and Elite X2, all for some very nice discounts, with varying storage and ram options.
Now, none will look or feel quite as nice as this laptop, and if you've got the money to spend and the specs meet your needs, then i'm all for it. But there are options, and I felt it would be best to share them.