Hi all, Quick question - does anyone have experience with the new range of budget Windows 10 tablets ? I picked up an HP Android Slate to play around with and while it was functional it was fairly slow (even running cut-down things like Opera Mini). Annoyingly, Cyanogenmod support was also non-existent so I couldn't try alternatives to the stock OS install. HP (and many others) also make budget Windows 8 & 10 tablets - do they suffer the same performance issues ? Various Youtube reviews of the Windows tablets seem to indicate they perform quite well for light-weight tasks (basic web-browsing with a few tabs, youtube viewing etc) on the Atom processors these seem to ship with (you can also get Centrino M chips in some, as well as real iSeries processors in the pricier Surface-y tablets). The alternative I've been pondering is a used i5 HP 2760p tablet (I'd swap the disk for an SSD) - much chunkier, heavier, lower battery-life but a decent complement of ports and it could be used for real 'work' (incl running multiple operating systems). Up until now the 2760p was the front-runner, but when I went poking around it looks like processors have really come a long way - particularly the Core M Broadwells starting to appear in budget tablets and laptops (the misleadingly named Cube i7 Stylus comes to mind). Intel even have a comparison (its like they read my mind) - Intel® Core™ M-5Y70 processor vs. Intel® Core™ i5-520UM processor My use-cases - arm-chair web-browsing, youtube-ing, occasional reading (comics mostly) Edge-cases - trying alternate operating systems (linux, bsd) either on bare-metal or in VM's Budget - pref <$300USD IT Skills - reasonable (already got a xeon workstation, several macs, ipad mini + next-station, sgi o2 and cobalt cube . . . last 3 in various states of disrepair ;-) Any thoughts ? Thanks in advance.