The tablet I bought to run AgOpenGPS on is an Intel CPU that runs normal Windows 10. I can run it in Tablet mode it does the apps full screen, or in halves or quadrants. In desktop mode it's normal overlapping windows. In some ways it's the best of both worlds. I am not a Windows person but I was actually quite impressed how usable Windows is on a tablet, and I like being able to switch back and forth between tablet mode and desktop mode.
So I don't think it matters that it has the same screen as the Surface Pro 3. I think this is all just a matter of Windows 10 itself. Though the SP3 screen would be nice and super high res, running in HiDPI mode. Whereas my tablet is just normal 1280x720. My complaint with it is that since it doesn't support HiDPI mode, it's hard to get my fonts to be readable without applying a custom scaling factor. And the wifi is really crappy on it too. Flakes out all the time and won't connect until I reboot my router, which is odd since none of my other devices or computers have a problem connecting to my router.
Last edited by torriem; 11-15-2016 at 06:56 PM.