Oos? Says unavailable in their stores.
Thanks. I'll be fine with it - xda has a guide to getting playstore etc set up. Just need to decide whether to buy right away with the free pen or keyboard, or gamble and hope that they repeat the offer with both included (confused)
Cool! Hadn't seen this tab before. Be aware that it doesn't come with the Google Play store and instead uses Huawei's AppGallery. You may have to buy apps again, and also I'm not sure how big their app selection is at this time!
Thanks. I'll probably just go for a decent tablet instead. Leaning towards the Huawei matepad pro, which seems to be fairly simple to put Google apps onto.
When comparing benchmarks, the i5 seemed to only be marginally better performing than the m3, so the price didn't seem worth it to me. It seems to run 3D applications just fine (all Pixel Slate devices run the same UHD 615 GPU, however the i5 runs 50MHz faster). I personally think the more important issues to note are that: 1. There is no guarantee that Android apps will run at all within Chrome OS (I've found some just force-close). This may (or may not) be addressed in future updates of the Chrome OS when the Android Runtime is updated. 2. Intel CPUs run Android apps in emulation mode, while ARM CPUs run Android apps natively resulting in broader compatibility, performance and battery usage efficiency. My opinion is that an ARM-based Chromebook would be the best solution for you in terms of running Android games well alongside Chrome OS.