Strictly IMHO, but if you want to have an actual, non frustrating user experience - wait for the Bay Trail tablets. 2gb RAM and an underpowered graphics core is a recipe for frustration. The current Atom CPU is probably adequate (but certainly no more than that), but the "role players" in this machine are kind of a farce when it comes to a full blown OS.
This tablet being discussed, from a power standpoint, on par with a Galaxy Note 2. A Note 2 running Jelly Bean? Scorcher. A Note 2 running Windows 8? Eh, probably not so much. Conversely, the Bay Trail tablets are supposed to knock the socks off current ARM A15 SOC's. I mean, if you know you'll be doing nothing past web surfing, video watching and low end games - it'll...probably...do. But anybody expecting this to come out of the box and offer a front line Windows 8 experience - will likely be disappointed.
Just know what you're getting into, and what your expectations are, and you'll be fine.