I guess I'm not surprised, seeing as how hard laptops are trying to act like tablets. Personally, I don't care about detachable keyboards or touchscreens. I also wouldn't want a solid state drive that only has ~64GB. After all, about half of that space will be filled by Windows and various pre-installed crapware apps (not to mention the amount of swap spaced used by those apps and the OS itself).
Personally, I need plenty of space, since I watch a lot of movies on the go. (at present, I can't afford a car. Therefore, I must rely on public buses, which frequently start and stop to let passengers on/off.) If I can't fit those movies on my device, then the device isn't worth much to me. I'll take a cheap ~250GB hard drive with lighter programs any day.
Of course, there's a good chance that SSDs will get to be much cheaper in the future. It's also likely that SSDs will come in larger capacities, too. When that happens, I may well get myself a new SSD. For now though, I will stick with what I've got.