This is a topic that will get a lot of attention because the public will come to realize that security is impossible with any version of Windows and while the Linux kernel of Android is fundamentally sound, Google's agenda to profit from selling consumer's personal data distorted Android so much is is a privacy and security disaster.
The public needs to be freed from the abusive privacy policies of Microsoft and Google and they need to be able to buy or configure tablets and other devices with real Linux as it was designed to run.
Ubuntu Touch is a start in the right direction for tablets and smartphones, although I don't believe they've yet released a version for x86. Since Ubuntu was originally designed for x86 Ubuntu Touch should be forthcoming.
I am experimenting with this because I want to introduce these lower cost machines into african countries with large populations of people who are simply not able to access the modern world. I am putting together an Ubuntu system package that works for them, no MSFT, but we do need the newer cheaper long battery life machines.