I decided to quote this person to get them here easier, and I also decided to finally get around to giving my hands on review for him that I told him I would. Its not going to be that long or in-depth. Im going to focus on what it does right, what it does wrong, and what Id like it to do. First, though, cones the most basic question. What does it do? Not much right now. It gives you tablet mode if you remove the keyboard from a Surface Pro 3. Tablet mode is, right now, of questionable value. Apps are maximized, the top bar is hid, and you cant click on anything on the desktop. The search area is made smaller and the start menu is full screen. Also, he on screen keyboard comes up for desktop apps. What does it do right? It works rather well at the few things it does. The system has a high rate of detection. There isnt a lot else that its supposed to do. Plug in the keyboard and it asks you if you want to exit tablet mode. Plug it back in and it asks if you want to enter it. What does it do wrong? It doesnt auto-detect. It sometimes starts up in desktop mode and sometimes not. Also, if you manually change it, then the system just seems to stop working altogether. Bonus: Tablet mode issues It is useless right now. It doesnt really offer much aside from automatically making apps maximized and the keyboard. It doesnt even make them full screen by default. I would say that it should make touch targets on the desktop better, but thatd imply you can use them. I guess the issues is really just a single issue. Why should I care about tablet mode?