The hardware is nice; it's chubbier than I expected, but not particularly heavy. It's not iPad-thin, but then, it's far more powerful than an iPad, and I didn't find it wildly uncomfortable to hold. The build quality seems sturdy, though a bit plasticky, with a nice little curvy bulge to the back. But where it really gets interesting is in the accessories. There's a keyboard sleeve, which is kind of small but okay to type on, a dock for outputting to a monitor or TV, and a joystick attachment that really impressed me, pictured up top. It gives you two joysticks, a D-pad, four face buttons, and six shoulder buttons, comfortably laid out, plus force feedback vibration. It turns the tablet into some kind of hyper-powered Wii U controller.