140 design wins has got to result in some solid sell-through and with Microsoft firing on all cylinders with 8.1 by bringing back the start button, the 1-2 punch of familiar interface and basically better battery life is primed to attract several fence sitters to Bay Trail based Win 8.1 tablets and 2 in 1s. You just can't beat the low price at which these systems are hitting the market. The whole Windows experience at below iPad prices, you just can't beat that. Bay Trail was the shot in the arm Microsoft needed to really make a case for its new tablet friendly OS. Oh, and I almost forgot to mention, Win 8.1 only runs of x86 so ARM can't compete here, even if they could undercut the market on price. This is fully old-fashioned Wintel territory. Android dual-boot is only icing on the cake with the huge cache of apps from Google play to supplement the already humungous Windows legacy apps support.