In the fall of 2015, during the Cyberweek sales, I bought a
Microsoft Windows 10 tablet, an
RCA Cambio Windows 10 Tablet.
Why didn't I get an Android tablet? Quite simply this: Windows 10 runs apps--for example, an app to run Kindle and another app to run Nook ebook readers. I use those often. Versions of Linux don't run these apps. I think Linux is an operating system with no future because it doesn't run apps. Therfore, I'm going with Windows 10, which also matches my desktop system.
The RCA Cambio Tablet
The RCA Cambio Tablet in its keyboard, with mug, 15cm ruler, pen, business card for size comparison:
The RCA Cambio Tablet with just the tablet portion, with mug, 15cm ruler, pen, business card for size comparison:
A screenshot of the desktop:
My first work on my tablet was to get started using Windows 10 by doing much the same adjustments to Windows 10 when I installed it on my desktop computer.
Next I set up my Windows 10 Tablet for Ebooks (and magazines and audio books.