The Miso runs Windows 8.1 on a quad-core 1.3GHz Intel Atom Z3735G CPU with 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. It sports two 2MP cameras, Bluetooth, Wifi, and has a single speaker on the back. It also an HDMI port.
The screen resolution is a decent 1280 x 800, which is a slight improvement on the Encore Windows 8 tablet that Toshiba revealed yesterday. Battery life is estimated to be in the range of 6 hours. Emdoor hasn't released any details on price (that is up to their importer partner) but they do plan to begin mass production in August.
I'm not expecting this tablet to be extremely cheap. While it does have an Atom CPU, a brief Google search reminds me that the Z3735G is a 64 bit chip that has not been used in any Android tablets yet - or very many Windows 8 tablets, for that matter.
At this point it is too early to guesstimate the price, but I would place the upper limit at $149. That's the expected price for the Encore 7 tablet, and given that the Miso has better specs I hesitate to price it below Toshiba's tablet.