This is the tablet that is required for engineering school at University of Louisville, where I'm going. I bought mine last summer for $1200, only mine has an i5 chip, instead of an i7. So I paid more for a worse tablet.
And since I have one, I can say that it SUCKS. The speakers are tinny, the battery only lasts 2 hours, it's very heavy for a laptop, bits of plastic chip off all the time despite being kept in a padded laptop bag, it has no optical drive, and only 3 usb ports. The touchscreen is far from precise, so I never use it as a tablet. The little joystick thing gets in the way when you're typing. My friend's ThinkPad has had a failed hard drive twice since he bought it (so far, I've been lucky). I haven't even used it in a way that a regular laptop could not easily do.
I certainly would NOT have bought this laptop, had we had a choice of laptops to buy. Even at $750, it's not worth it. We're supposed to take notes using the touchscreen, but it works so poorly I just use paper and pencil. Less chance of losing all my notes too when the hard drive inevitably crashes.
I guess if you can think of a function for which a convertible tablet is essential, go for it, you won't find a better price. But a regular laptop and paper notebook weighs less and works better for all other uses.