At $2,000, this is Windows 7 Enterprise hockey puck of a tablet. You can install any payload that Windows 7 takes, subject to the limitations you'd find on a notebook. That said, it doesn't come with a business-focused software payload out of the box. It's heavy, square, not as easily held as the others. There is no physical keypad, only 10 function keys and six other keys for camera, num lock, and so forth. The screen is touch sensitive, but picky, and we found we had to have a deliberate touch. This is a very cool device, but best reserved for the people who actually need a ruggedized tablet.