Hi everyone, I've been reading around this and other forums and this seems to be one of the most commonly-asked (but never really answered) questions: You've got $200 in your hand, you want good bang for your buck. What tablet do you get? You're into a good amount of productivity (PDFs, Office docs, etc.), a fan of movies and shows (HD video playback), Skype-ing with relatives, and playing the occasional game (a decent 3D GPU). Even though quad cores are under-utilized by any current Android app/OS currently, Key Lime Pie (Android 5.0) is rumoured to require a quad-core processor, so let's just add that to the preference to future-proof your purchase. Further to that point, let's make 2GB of RAM your benchmark. You don't particularly care about a specific size, so the entire gamut's fair-game. So you read and search and narrow it down to three: Window N80 - (RK3188; 1.8GHz; Mali 400 MP4; 2GB RAM; 4000mAh) Chuwi V88 - (RK3188; 1.8GHz; Mali 400 MP4; 2GB RAM; 5000mAh) Hyundai T7S - (Exynos 4412; 1.4GHz; Mali 400 MP4; 2GB RAM; 3300mAh) Which do you choose and why? Or do you have a better option?