Note the collapse in prices: http://www.srectrade.com/srec_...
You can also add NJIT to that list of places that require programming. Check out the syllabus for CS288. I was required to take that class back in the day. It was a joke, mostly because it was developed and taught by a tenured professor that didn't seem to enjoy his job. Somebody else appears to have taken over a revamped it. Plenty of pointers to be found there.
I'm running it on a cheapie WinBook from Microcenter with 2GB RAM and 32GB flash as C:. And then, to add insult to injury, IE 11 is the best tablet browser I've tried, and I've tried quite a few. I still use Firefox when in the desktop, as well as all my old Windows desktop applications, but I try to Metro-app in Metro when at all possible. Thing is, when in desktop, get out the mouse and keyboard; the screen is too small for fingering around.
The advent of cheap Win8.1 tablets and lack of a "Metro Mode" in Firefox is really going to bite Mozilla in the ass. Hopefully they will reconsider adding that feature back in as even with Australis, Firefox on a Winbook TW802 is a bit annoying to use. I have tried running the Android version of Firefox thru DuOS as an alternative, and its mildly better to use, but still not as slick as IE11 in the tablet UX area.