AnonD-167280, 24 Nov 2015X86?!
So we can run pc apps/games?That's not how it works, sorry.
Also, Intel CPUs based on the x86 instruction set in Android devices tend to handicap the compatibility pretty severely (excluding games and apps with specifically optimized versions, in which case the Intel CPUs are really good). So I can safely say this is nothing to be excited about in my eyes.
Windows tablet works very poorly with displays with high resolution. I have 10'' Windows tablet with Full HD resolution and there are HUGE problems with apps and programs. Most desktop programs are almost unusable, because of small fonts and small buttons. Setting font size 200% does not help and there are many programs which are not compatible with such font size. Even apps for Modern UI (Metro UI) are poorly designed and has problems with font size. Microsoft says that application itself must support different resolutions and DPI, however there are only a few which supports that. Even Microsoft native apps (Mail, Calendar, etc) does not support option to change font size.
Another huge problem are browsers. Currently there are only one browser for Modern UI - Internet Explorer, which is designed for touchscreen input. All other browsers are only desktop versions, which are unususable due to high resolution/font size problem.
I would definitely go for the Windows version . Pair it with a Bluetooth keyboard and you have a mini laptop on the go !
AnonD-167280, 24 Nov 2015Can I expect dual boot OS?Probably , but I don't think it will be done out-of-box. You will have to refer to a modding community such as XDA to do the dual booting.
Google and MS have made it plenty clear that they do not want their OSes to co-exist side by side on the same device.
AnonD-469852, 24 Nov 2015Probably will, this company has a plethora of useless acessories for their phones, so you migh... moreyeh but affordable its what keeps them in buisness.. cheap crap equals more buyers lol....
Probably will, this company has a plethora of useless acessories for their phones, so you might see a keyboard coming too.