I can easily foresee this changing. Microsoft initially released two keyboards for their take on this idea, the Surface. One keyboard was entirely touch and pressure sensitive, and I despised it. I wound up buying a Surface Pro 2 for university at the time and got the type cover with it - it keeps all of that uniform thinness that the touch cover boasts, but provides actual tactile feedback as it has actual keys. Not great keys, mind you, but certainly better than nothing. I imagine Lenovo will cover their asses this way a bit - release an attachable tactile keyboard overlay or something of the sort to satiate people that type over 30 wpm and don't want to feel like they're typing on their phones all the time.