Hands on with Samsung’s 10-inch Galaxy Tab 3: Go for the Nexus 10
by Kevin C. Tofel
The first Intel-powered Samsung tablet is here. How does it fare? Not that well when compared against the Nexus 10, which costs the same. Samsung left me wanting more with this $399 Android tablet
The unique advantage of x86 is the ability to run Windows/Android/Ubuntu Touch or any Linux variant. Sure it might cost a little bit more for extra storage to support multi-boot but why make a device that simply replicates what an ARM tablet can already do?
I agree with the GigaOM author that for a tablet display quality is key, but at least as important if not more so is the software the device will run.
We need to see a lot more Intel tablet offerings that leverage the full power of the x86 architecture and that is much more than just speed.