5. Cast them in 1.5 cubic feet of concrete and sell them as boat anchors.
Anyone who has lost an anchor would appreciate the wireless locating capabiliies of such a device and even the limited capability of RT should be able to handle it.
I have to agree that "software", or the app situation is the main problem, and it was more so at the initial launch of the RT tablet. It's a year later and certainly the app situation is better and will continue to get better.
However, with Intel coming out with a fanless Haswell tablet chip in September, which will allow for a thinner "win8 pro" tablet instead of the current thicker pro tablets needing fans, I personally think it would be better for Nokia to go that route instead of an RT version especially since the INTC chips are right around the corner. But they are going to do what they are going to do. And there are two market segments ... those that just want a media tablet and those that want a media tablet with the ability to do laptop/desktop work occasionally and don't have a laptop/desktop nearby. So, there is room for a new RT tablet, but it will be marketed next to the hype surrounding the new Win8 pro tablets.