It all depends on what you want to do with your tablet. If you want to use iOS or Android, get a tablet running either operating system. If you want to use Windows tablets, that will work as well and might benefit you more than an iOS or Android device.
Remember that these Windows tablets are going to be running full Windows, which gives you far more possibilities than an iOS device. I'm hesitant to say whether it would be better than Android, considering how open the platform is. If the tablet has USB ports, the sky is the limit as to what you can do. I know some of them are powered by Atom processors, but I've been using the GPD Win and for what I do, Atom is just fine.
Microsoft is building ARM support into Windows. This means we could have really power efficient ARM tablets and possibly smart phones that are capable of running traditional Windows software. That's going to give the iPad and Android devices a run for their money. I wonder why they didn't port full Windows to ARM from the start? Instead, they wasted time with that pile of garbage called Windows Phone/Mobile.
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