Windows 8 all by itself is a deal killer for me. Also, "AMD Trinity" doesn't show up at http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php (nothing is even named trinity on the list) so I'm just presuming that the processor is a piece of crap.
Let's see, Windows 8 bans M-rated ("violent") games from Metro (amongst other types of games), so I can't support that. Not to mention, Notepad and Paint suddenly become singleton programs and I really like keeping notes in 2-3 Notepad windows because it starts up so darn fast. I've tried Windows 8 touchscreen and you pretty much have to have a mouse as well. Take the three hidden taskbars -- can only be opened with a mouse, not a finger pointer. In the Windows 8 store or in the Control Panel, there's no way to gently scroll with a finger, only a mouse, so unless you really want a touchscreen for a game or something, the whole finger thing is pretty much useless and you're going to have to use the mouse. Then there's the lack of personalization re: the colors of all the Metro squares and their size, and those Metro colors are really ugly. The "turn my computer off" button is buried two menus deep in a hidden taskbar (and as previously mentioned you can only open a taskbar with a mouse). Even when you are doing something with a touchscreen, the monitor isn't as close to your lap as your keyboard is, so your arms aren't in neutral position -- it's annoying to always be bringing your hands up to chest height and if you keep them up for a couple hours blood will drain out and they'll start to go numb. It's basically impossible to download pictures then easily put them into your My Pictures folder. You have to specifically Search for it unless you want to waste the double screen real estate in Metro to have it always hanging around (and even then it's a pain to move the pictures). Same with downloaded music. Windows 8 comes preloaded with a whole bunch of crap that's designed to run all the time in the background and slow your computer down -- even if you don't own an Xbox there are multiple Metro programs designed to prompt you to buy things for the Xbox or otherwise interface with it, even though you can't play any of your Xbox games with the Xbox Live that comes preloaded on Windows 8. Not to mention the Email, Calendar apps and the super-bloated Internet Explorer, even though I use Gmail, Google Calendar, and Chrome (because there's no bloat and far more control over extensions). Because of all the preloaded crap, everything is slower. Even modern games that only look 8-bit, like like Cthulhu Saves the World, run slower on Windows 8. Every game I own runs slower on Windows 8 (and did you remember that Microsoft is going to ban all "violent" games in the future -- they're already currently banned from Metro and Microsoft says it'll remove the desktop in the next Windows iteration). Actually getting in to anything worthwhile requires me to babysit my computer, start it up, click through that, click through that, click into the desktop. I can't start it up, run into the bathroom to pee and have everything up when I get back. If I want to run low power, in Windows 7 it takes 4 mouse clicks to change the power settings to run differently because I'm say watching a Hulu show or whatever and I don't want the screen to shut off or to shut off after a few minutes because I'm walking away from the computer. In Windows 8, those 4 mouse clicks become 8 mouseclicks, and typing, and scrolling around. Not to mention how everything doesn't fit on my extreme-wide-screen monitor (treated as a regular monitor that's stretched). Windows 8 just sucks, period. I can't think of anything that it does better than Windows 7 and I've just scraped the top of my list of things that it does poorer than Windows 7. Preloaded Windows 8 is a major dealbreaker for me.