But honestly the asian guy talking from the start makes it sound so cool in some way.
But i did realise that there was a USB port, so i guess it isn't that bad. (Yea I
need mouse for action and real time games which they seem to be showing)
It might work once microsoft release their Windows ARM and use ARM processors which can be as good as x86 ones using lesser power.
Anyway this is an old idea which is overrated due to the configurable keys.
IMO: Most gamers don't even look at the keys, cause most controls of the games are mappable you don't really need "special" dedicated keys, images on the keyboard are just to show off to your friends or strangers wanting to know what skills did you have. (Have fun configuring the button images thou)
Note: I would play world of goo on it thou.
And the problem is, it would "probably" cost more than a 3DS which can be an instant fail for me. (And you are definitely not going to do much work on it with limited keys so you might as well get 3DS)
Another Suggestion: Get a 11.6 inch AMD Fusion E350 on it, so you can do real work and play better games on it. Unless you really want to play FPS so badly in transit.
Luckily it is still a concept, if it is going to be a handheld keep it a handheld (Which most windows games aren't made for [auto gg])