The tablet (RW-16G1) has a dual-core Intel Core i5-4200U (1.6GHz) processor, 4GB of memory, Intel HD 4400 graphics, and a 128GB SSD--in other words, ultrabook specs. It comes with a stylus with pressure detection, and it for communication there’s 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC.
Ports include three USB 3.0, mini DisplayPort out with 4K support, HDMI out, headphone jack, and an SD card slot, there are stereo speakers and a built-in dual microphone.
If you’re envisioning some tablet gaming, surely the machine can handle that reasonably well, but it appears to be aimed at supporting business applications, too. It captures handwriting capture with the stylus and it has a “touch display layout” for multiple window management. You can also share the screen with up to 50 other machines, which is extremely handy in a business setting.