The least Google can do is talk some sense into them.
What a mess. I still don't see the advantage to dual booting Android when the device already has a Windows OS running on an Intel Haswell CPU. ASUS could just as well drop Android and still be able to offer a compelling product (considering it will only cost $599 for the base model).
The advantage is for the manufacturer. Apparently they don't believe Windoz is a strong enough reason for people to buy that product. They are adding Android because half of the people in the world could use it and will be familiar with it. If such a product could share files between OSes then that might make it interesting for some people. I can share files between my Mac and my HP running GNU/Linux which makes life easier.