I just noticed that the HP ElitePad has been released. I saw one last fall and wouldn’t have minded taking it home. Since it is running Windows 8 (not RT) and has an x86 architecture with a wide range of options, it should be more applicable to the enterprise environment.
It has an Intel® Atom® Z2760 (1.5 GHz, up to 1.8 GHz using Intel Burst Technology and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, 1 MB cache, 2 cores). Not the fasting chip in the world, but it should run most business applications unchanged. Its battery performed well and with the various expansion jacket possibilities, it should provide the battery longevity flexibility to meet almost anyone’s needs. From a BYOD perspective, organizations should be able to manage it like any other full windows platform.
Now I just need to see if I can get my hands on one permanently