The specs (via AnandTech) basically say it all:
With 4GBs of RAM and up to 64GBs of internal storage, there’s no longer any reason for someone to pine for the Nokia N1 tablet.
I don’t know why Asus will drive retailers and customers crazy by offering models with 16, 32, and 64GBs of storage. We’ve already seen how Best Buy, for example, carries only the 32GB Nexus 9 in-store. But I wouldn’t be surprised if the 32GB model matches or even goes below the price of the Nokia N1.
With its Intel Z3580 CPU, it should score in the mid-40,000-range, just as both the Nokia N1 and the Dell Venue 8 7000/7840 do. It should also more or less be on par with the 4GB version of the Zenfone 2.
The question now is, what will Samsung introduce and will it leapfrog the ZenPad S 8.0?