To me this looks to be a specialized board made for one purpose: Kiosk computing. Provide a board with an OS and a browser to allow the user to browse the (probably limited) internet that the owner wants to let the user access. No way for the user to screw with it and no way to hijack it. Heck, if you don't use the wireless, you can probably completely defeat any keyloggers (maybe not hardware based, but certainly software based) and screen capture attacks. About the only software based attacks that MIGHT work are DoS attacks, and they gain a net benefit of nil for most kiosk targets. Hell, depending on how it is locked down, it may even be useful for users to have a portable apps USB stick to run their applications from in relative safety at a kiosk as well. I see this as a good thing for ASUS and the Kiosk niche market.