Summary: I have previously owned hptouch pad, original kindle fire and then the kindle fire HD. I got to the point I knew I wanted a windows tablet because I was in love with the idea of a hybrid device that would be a tablet or a labtop. The kindle fires I had were decent but I really wasn't playing games on it and some sites didn't work that great using their browser. Plus with the kindle fire it did not have access to the full android store so my MLS app wasn't updated.
Summary: Great tablet, touch screen is a little slow, my dell came with the attachable keyboard. when you release the keyboard the keyboard leaves indentions in the tablet, I just hope it doesnt harm the tablet screen. so far so good.
Summary: I got this tablet a couple of weeks ago and I thought it was okay. The apps in the windows store are decent and it can run games and other apps at the same time pretty well. If you are just using it for work or for a little entertainment it is decent. My only warning is to NOT install Windows RT 8.1 preview until it has been released. The tablet has issues when trying to install the upgrade and if you mess up, you've bricked your tablet.
Summary: I had been in a quandary, as I wanted the Surface, but something that made it a little more like a laptop. Just having a touch/type cover wasn't enough. I found what I was looking for in the Dell XPS 10. I bought this tablet from Dell's outlet website. I bought the 32GB version with the mobile keyboard dock. The keyboard dock is super handy, as it essentially turns this tablet into a full on laptop. The dock has a built-in battery, HDMI out, and two USB ports.