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I have an ExoPC tablet that was already running the Developer Preview.
I was able to update to the Consumer Preview from within the Developer Preview while I surfed the web. All in all, I am impressed. It runs much more smoothly than the Developer Preview. It is quite snappy actually. Metro looks really beautiful on this tablet (which is a slow, heavy, piece of junk that I got for free).
I watched a Netflix movie on it last night and that worked really well (possible because it supports Silverlight). That alone make it a useful device for me.
The "Reader" app works quite well too and I expect to use it a fair bit. Amusingly, I can install Calibre (eBook management app) in the desktop mode. Being able to install standard Windows apps on my tablet is surprisingly useful even if not quite a beautiful. Being able to download Putty so that I can SSH into remote servers from the tablet is cool. Installing an FTP client allowed me to grab a few files from my media center to play around with.
I never really liked Metro on Windows Phone 7 and I am not sure I like the idea of it on a high-resolution desktop either. Amazingly though, I think I could really get behind it on the tablet.
Honestly, it makes me want to develop some apps for it.