I love it. There were previous hacks that stuffed a Pi into the official keyboard, but this is much better and harkens to the days of early personal computers, when you’d just plug in your all-in-one ZX Spectrum or Commodore 64 to your TV.
As an education device or a kid’s first computer, I think it’s perfect ($70 for a 4GB Pi 4 is a great price), especially as specs and software continue to improve (it’s now fully supported by Ubuntu, which is sure to appeal to more experienced users).
And I’m betting it’s going to sell remarkably well over Christmas, even outside the UK (there are already non-UK versions of the keyboard itself, so I expect they’ll carry over to this).
Update: Jeff Geerling has a nice teardown and review of it already, and there’s this great post on the design journey. Also, a number of folk have been pointing out that it lacks an audio jack and a power button. The latter seems to be the
F10key, and the former might not be much of a concern in educational settings.