Guys, you have to remember that the majority of 10" tablets are powered by Intel Atom chips, much lower power with a small minority of them coming with Y class M3s. Therefore the pricing of 10" tablets is far lower than MS Surface class machines.
It will be an uphill battle to convince the market that there is a reason that they need to pick up a 10" tablet at a premium price. The most common laptop size is 13.3" for a reason, the screen is easier to see. 13.3" seems to be the place where the market has settled for a balance between usability and ultraportable weight. In the tablet marketplace, the iPad size was 9.7", and has expanded with the Pro to 12.9" for readability and to be in the range of the sweet spot for laptops (13.3")for things outside of games (I consider 12.9" and 12.3" to be pretty much the same, the difference of .6" is going to make a minor difference in usability).
At a 10" tablet you will end up with a keyboard that is too small for most hands and a screen that is unusable for anyone over 40, and if you go with similar chips as in the V, you will have smaller real estate for the power source of the tablet, or be forced to increase the depth of the 10" tablet, making it a solution heaver than the V (neither a shortened battery life nor a super-heavy tablet are really an ideal solution).
It is important to note that a 13.3" 16:9 screen and a 12.3" 3:2 screen are approximately the same size.
For size comparisons, here is an image (I could get a consistent opening of the original image, so pasted the image into the message, sorry
Just my thoughts.