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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Windows Tablets

Staff, 01/16/2017

January 2017 update. Here is the current list of Notebookcheck's top-ranked Windows tablets. This list is reviewed on a regular basis, checked by our editors and updated if needed. It is designed to help our readers with their purchase decisions.

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With the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft continues to use touch control as a method of interfacing with their operating system, but does not omit interaction with the desktop via mouse and keyboard. The plethora of Windows software is the last trump card in the hands of the software giant. Windows 10 is aiming for a more consistent experience across all size categories, but only a select few smartphones run the operating system including the upcoming HP Elite X3. Regardless of whether using a smartphone, tablet, or a notebook, interaction with Windows is supposed to run on all devices down to the Lumia 950 XL smartphone.

Microsoft offers its own products with the Surface series and the Lumia smartphones. The current Bay Trail and Core M technology from Intel provide sufficiently powerful slim devices for a better Windows experience. Note: We also list devices designed as convertibles, which are optionally also offered as tablet-only models (no keyboard) in our Top 10 Convertibles. For technical reasons, the rating in this table is the convertible rating.

The table below shows an overview of the Top 10 Windows Tablets we have reviewed in the last 12 months. In case of an identical rating, the more recent review is ranked first. Clicking on the headers allows the table to be sorted; the text filter can be used to narrow the choices (for example "Win 8.1" and/or "16:9").

Top 10 Windows Tablets as of January 2017

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
188%11/2015Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Intel Core m3-6Y30
Intel HD Graphics 515
4 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
1.1 kg8.5 mm12.3"2736x1824glossy
285%04/2016Dell Latitude 11 5175Dell Latitude 11 5175
Intel Core m5-6Y57
Intel HD Graphics 515
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
710 g10.78 mm10.8"1920x1080glossy
382%02/2016HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AAHP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
Intel Atom Z3736F
Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail)
2 GB Memory, 64 GB eMMC
375 g9 mm8"1280x800glossy
481%10/2015HP Pro Tablet 608 G1HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
Intel Atom x5-Z8500
Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail)
4 GB Memory, 64 GB SSD
360 g8.35 mm7.9"2048x1536glossy
579%10/2015Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd GenLenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
Intel Atom x7-Z8700
Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail)
4 GB Memory, 128 GB eMMC
595 g9.10 mm10.1"1920x1200glossy
677%03/2016HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
Intel Atom Z3735F
Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail)
2 GB Memory, 32 GB eMMC
850 g14.4 mm10.1"1280x800glossy

Top 10 of the last 12 months (at the time of writing); more current reviews are listed first.
Link: tablets reviewed in this class, ordered by the overall rating

Editors' Comments

The market for Windows tablets is largely for businesses only: After popular and lesser-known manufacturers launched numerous Intel Atom and Haswell based Windows tablets in 2014, the number of new models decreased in 2015 and the market has not been the same as of 2016. In contrast, there is a plethora of Windows convertibles (see top 10). Apparently, the latest Atom x5/x7 SoCs are not an option, since Broadwell Core M and Skylake M bring significantly faster performance in tablet form factors. Although their power consumption is higher, they are usually able achieve an all-day battery life regardless.

Dell has taken both its Venue 10 Pro 5056 and Venue 8 Pro 5855 off the market. Subsequently, we are no longer listing them here and the list has shrunken to just 6 models for the time being.

1st

For battery life: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
For battery life: Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3

If the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 can be considered as a tablet, it achieves a high 88% and also takes the lead in our Windows tablet charts.

The Pro model of the Surface not only stands out with a steep price, but it also claims best possible performance. Performance-wise, it is supposed to be an adequate laptop replacement, which renders clamshell computers redundant. We have reviewed variants with the frugal Core m3 (Skylake)Core i5 (Skylake) and Core i7 (see face off). The first place went to m3, since it remains cooler, is silent (fanless) and delivers a longer battery life.

The tester was delighted: Lower power consumption, silent operation and longer battery life than the Core i5 model are apparent advantages. However, what is really positive is that the experienced performance is hardly different. The benchmarks show a tolerable disadvantage of only 20%.

There is no question that this is by far the best rendition of the Surface concept to date and the first one that, despite limitations inherent to its design, might legitimately be considered as a suitable replacement for a conventional laptop.

Once again, the display has been improved compared to the predecessor: Not only is it significantly brighter, but also delivers higher resolution, lower color shift, and a bigger gamut. The Type Cover has also been improved. Instead of a mediocre keyboard replacement, you will get a great input device, which can now keep up with Ultrabooks. For the first time, this is also true for the touchpad. In addition, the Surface pen is also included in the scope of delivery now. Compared to a laptop, the connectivity is poor with only a single USB 3.0 port and a DisplayPort. The price is quite high and can easily exceed 1000 Euros (~$1123) with the Type Cover.

It is still up to the user to decide whether the device a tablet or a convertible. The Surface Pro 4 can be purchased with or without the Type Cover. Although the Surface Pro 4 was launched almost a year ago, it is considered a reference and a milestone ever since: No other competitor has launched such a balanced Windows tablet or convertible to date, which combines mobility and suitability for work. See our Windows Convertible top list.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i5, 128GB

Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core i7, 256GB

2nd

Restrained potential - Dell Latitude 11 5175
Restrained potential - Dell Latitude 11 5175

Scalability is very important in the business world. Many laptops are scalable, and the manufacturer can configure hardware and security functions extensively. Dell also aims to follow this approach in the Latitude 11 5175 (see review) and offers many options for enhancements. Keyboard and Active Pen do not appear to be a big deal here, but the manufacturer goes on: Dell Tablet Dock v2.0, genuine M.2 SSD, 8 GB of RAM, Full Size USB 3.0 and Type-C USB as well as an 8 MP main camera with quite good quality. Hardware-wise, the SoC (Core m3, m5), RAM and the hard drive can be configured. Unlike the Dell Venue 10 Pro (5056) (6th place), components cannot be replaced by the user here.

The tablet is a good entry in the business sector. However, there is no way around the need for the proprietary accessories to work more productively with Dell's 11 5175. The keyboard dock should at least be on the shopping list.

Why should you prefer a Latitude over a Venue? With the fanless cooled Intel Core m5-6Y57 and the fast 256 GB SSD, the manufacturer might see the Latitude 11 5175 as a subnotebook replacement rather than as a tablet only. It is the most powerful Windows tablet in this Top 10 after the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Core m3, if you do not consider the rugged Panasonic ToughPad FZ-M1.

The processor is frugal and ensures a good battery life of seven hours. Unfortunately, the CPU performance is disappointing, although it should actually be a reason to buy the Latitude 11 5175.

The processor's performance is not fully available. Thus, significant performance losses have to be expected. Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 equipped with a Core m3 runs faster in comparison. The screen is not recommended for professional use since the color-space coverage is only on a mediocre level.

In the meantime, we also reviewed the 11 5179's keyboard dock, supplement battery and digitizer pen. The battery life has increased by up to an hour and the pressure sensitive pen has improved the ease of use. Despite the short travel, the keyboard appears smart, but the touchpad occasionally fails to respond, which is annoying. We have added a detailed description to the review: Latitude 11 5175 (see review).

3rd

3G inclusive: HP Pro Tablet 408 G1
3G inclusive: HP Pro Tablet 408 G1

With a price tag of about 400 Euros (~$449), the 8-inch HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA is a relatively cheap device. Nevertheless, it is a good choice, since not every cheap Windows tablet delivers good camera modules, relatively large storage space, native pen input, and a 3G modem. With the Atom Z3736F, the Pro Tablet 408 G1 no longer features top modern hardware. Prospective buyers have to adjust to basic performance for simple web or video playback tasks. The HP Pro Tablet 608 G1 with Atom x5 in the 5th place is slightly faster, yet still not a race horse.

HP offers an interesting device here. The combination of Windows 10 (upgrading is free), 3G modem (including a monthly data volume), 64 GB of storage, a decent battery life and an optional stylus also makes the tablet attractive for private users.

4th

Dockable ecosystem: HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
Dockable ecosystem: HP Pro Tablet 608 G1

Unlike the 8-inch HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 above, the Pro Tablet 608 G1 is an all-rounder for multi scenario use with a 7.9-inch screen. HP offers many docking or keyboard solutions, for example for POS terminals. For this reason, the tablet comes with 4 GB of RAM. The same is true of the premium Sharp panel with a resolution of 2048x1536 pixels. The reviewer was disappointed by the performance under load. The battery life in our Wi-Fi test is not too high, but appropriate for the Windows tablet world. The price of about 500 Euros (~$562) is too high for the consumer market, yet appropriate for business users looking for special solutions. The high-end model for example features LTE and 128 GB flash memory.

The great screen, strong battery, good accessory range, Windows Pro, 4 GB of RAM and good communication options are valued greatly in the vertical markets.

Discussion

5th

Second try, same mistake: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
Second try, same mistake: Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10 2nd Gen

Usually, the second generation improves upon its predecessor or at least fixes issues, in order to give customers an even better product. Or is it? The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10 2nd Gen is not as successful as we had hoped in terms of waste heat due to the new Intel Atom x7-Z8700 that exhibits waste heat problems. We measured temperatures of over 50 °C (122 °F) during the stress test and the problem is similar under normal load. By the way, the Atom x7-Z8700 is also used in the Microsoft Surface 3 (no longer in the Top 10 after 12 months), which is also available with numerous configuration options including 4 GB of RAM and 128 eMMC. However, the Microsoft model achieves better performance. The Cinebench scores are 28, 37 and 149%, respectively, higher than the ThinkPad Tablet 10 2nd Gen's. Is this just theory? Unfortunately not, the ThinkPad has problems with multitasking. The reviewer praised the build quality, the touchscreen with included pen, and the battery life of a day.

The tablet is suitable for writing, but it is not sufficient as a notebook replacement. In particular, the similarly priced Microsoft Surface 3 and Dell Latitude 11 5175 performed better in many respects (display, performance) and is a better choice in our opinion. The in-house rival is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet with Core m7 and 12-inch display (2.160 x 1.440 pixels). In the meanwhile, the ThinkPad 10 Gen2 has been updated to an Atom x7-Z8750. However, this SoC does also not bring a real performance gain.

6th

Solid dwarf: HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
Solid dwarf: HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1

The HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 originates from the market for educational institutions. It is a robust 10-inch device with a thick rubber frame. The ports are behind a cover. The HP features a slot for the Stylus Pen (included) and a SIM card slot. As with the HP Pro Tablet 408 G1, it also comes with a 3G modem. The reviewer was delighted with the very bright and viewing-angle-stable IPS panel. Prices vary greatly from 300 to 550 Euros (~$337 to $618). The smallest variant features 32 GB and Windows Bing Edition, while the biggest one comes with a 3G modem - but also features only 32 GB. Thus using Cloud storage is unavoidable.

It features a robust build and should therefore survive drops. Connecting to the outside world is possible via Wi-Fi or 3G modem. The tablet's viewing-angle-stable screen pleases with high brightness and decent contrast.

Those looking for a robust, affordable Windows tablet cannot go wrong here. The cheap HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 might be an alternative, which is significantly lighter weighing 375 g (~0.8 lb).

Size Comparison

Measurement Results

Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
46 ms * ∼7%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
46 ms * ∼7%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
26 ms * ∼4%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
34 ms * ∼5%
Response Time Black / White (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
31 ms * ∼13%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
26 ms * ∼11%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
33 ms * ∼14%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
24 ms * ∼10%
PWM Frequency (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
50 Hz ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
200 Hz ∼1%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
378 Hz ∼1%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
200 Hz ∼1%
Screen
Brightness (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
392 cd/m² ∼56%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
449 cd/m² ∼64%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
333 cd/m² ∼48%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
377 cd/m² ∼54%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
337 cd/m² ∼48%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
357 cd/m² ∼51%
Brightness Distribution (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
92 % ∼92%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
86 % ∼86%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
91 % ∼91%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
86 % ∼86%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
94 % ∼94%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
71 % ∼71%
Black Level (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
0.27 % * ∼5%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
0.45 % * ∼9%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
0.11 % * ∼2%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
0.49 % * ∼10%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
0.43 % * ∼9%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
0.41 % * ∼8%
Contrast (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
1441 :1 ∼90%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
1027 :1 ∼64%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
3155 :1 ∼197%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
792 :1 ∼50%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
802 :1 ∼50%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
949 :1 ∼59%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3.61 * ∼24%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
4.4 * ∼29%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
5.45 * ∼36%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
5.86 * ∼39%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
4.64 * ∼31%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3.8 * ∼25%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
3.49 * ∼23%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
10.63 * ∼71%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
4.79 * ∼32%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
5.63 * ∼38%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
1.96 * ∼13%
Gamma (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
2.16 ∼62%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
2.55 ∼73%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
1.34 ∼38%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
2.25 ∼64%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
2.33 ∼67%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
2.43 ∼69%
CCT (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
5969 ∼597%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
6256 ∼626%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
6404 ∼640%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
7493 ∼749%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
6533 ∼653%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
6414 ∼641%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998) (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
63 % ∼63%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
53.21 % ∼53%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
52 % ∼52%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
45.7 % ∼46%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
38 % ∼38%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB) (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
97 % ∼97%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
80.76 % ∼81%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
80 % ∼80%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
70.1 % ∼70%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
60 % ∼60%
Heat
Maximum Upper Side (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
43.6 °C * ∼73%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
44.1 °C * ∼74%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
44.7 °C * ∼75%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
46.4 °C * ∼77%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
51 °C * ∼85%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
39 °C * ∼65%
Maximum Bottom (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
45.2 °C * ∼75%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
43.3 °C * ∼72%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
48.5 °C * ∼81%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
51.7 °C * ∼86%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
55 °C * ∼92%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
44.9 °C * ∼75%
Idle Upper Side (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
32.4 °C * ∼54%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
31.6 °C * ∼53%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
31.2 °C * ∼52%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
37.6 °C * ∼63%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
27.1 °C * ∼45%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
31.1 °C * ∼52%
Idle Bottom (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
29.6 °C * ∼49%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
32.1 °C * ∼54%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
31.4 °C * ∼52%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
39 °C * ∼65%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
29 °C * ∼48%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
33 °C * ∼55%
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
791 min ∼29%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
793 min ∼29%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
min ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
542 min ∼20%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
866 min ∼32%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
min ∼0%
Load (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
138 min ∼5%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
172 min ∼6%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
min ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
min ∼0%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
298 min ∼11%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
min ∼0%
WiFi (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
min ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
min ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
min ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
293 min ∼11%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
min ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
min ∼0%
WiFi v1.3 (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
488 min ∼18%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
426 min ∼16%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
491 min ∼18%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
293 min ∼11%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
448 min ∼17%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
464 min ∼17%
H.264 (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 11 5175
411 min ∼15%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
372 min ∼14%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
545 min ∼20%
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
2.7 Watt * ∼3%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
5.6 Watt * ∼6%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
3.2 Watt * ∼3%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
2.4 Watt * ∼2%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
3.5 Watt * ∼4%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
5.8 Watt * ∼6%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
7.4 Watt * ∼7%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
4.6 Watt * ∼5%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
5.1 Watt * ∼5%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
5.5 Watt * ∼6%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
6.6 Watt * ∼7%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
7.6 Watt * ∼8%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
5 Watt * ∼5%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
6 Watt * ∼6%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
5.7 Watt * ∼6%
Load Average (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
15.2 Watt * ∼4%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
8.6 Watt * ∼2%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
10.2 Watt * ∼3%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
14.7 Watt * ∼4%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
10.7 Watt * ∼3%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
Watt * ∼0%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
16.1 Watt * ∼5%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
11.5 Watt * ∼3%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
14.2 Watt * ∼4%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
Watt * ∼0%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
12.2 Watt * ∼3%

Legend

 
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3 Intel Core m3-6Y30, Intel HD Graphics 515, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
 
Dell Latitude 11 5175 Intel Core m5-6Y57, Intel HD Graphics 515, Samsung PM871 MZYLN256HCHP
 
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA Intel Atom Z3736F, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 64 GB eMMC Flash
 
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1 Intel Atom x5-Z8500, Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail), Hynix HCG8E 64 GB
 
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen Intel Atom x7-Z8700, Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail), SanDisk SEM128
 
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 Intel Atom Z3735F, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 32 GB eMMC Flash

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
4274 Points ∼53%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
4289 Points ∼53%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
2382 Points ∼30%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
1803 Points ∼22%
Cinebench R10
Rendering Single 32Bit (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
3286 Points ∼44%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
3809 Points ∼52%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
1115 Points ∼15%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
1003 Points ∼14%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
696 Points ∼9%
Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
6994 Points ∼17%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
6204 Points ∼15%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
2924 Points ∼7%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
2947 Points ∼7%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
1876 Points ∼5%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
2380 Points ∼6%
3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
1344 Points ∼5%
Dell Latitude 11 5175
951 Points ∼3%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA
190 Points ∼1%
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1
347 Points ∼1%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
364 Points ∼1%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1
203 Points ∼1%
Peacekeeper - --- (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
2216 Points ∼36%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA (Edge 25.10586.0.0)
606 Points ∼10%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 (IE 11)
564 Points ∼9%
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score (sort by value)
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3
122.4 ms * ∼3%
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA (Edge 25.10586.0.0)
575.6 ms * ∼14%
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen
348.7 ms * ∼9%
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 (IE 11)
509.6 ms * ∼13%

Legend

 
Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Core m3 Intel Core m3-6Y30, Intel HD Graphics 515, Samsung MZFLV128 NVMe
 
Dell Latitude 11 5175 Intel Core m5-6Y57, Intel HD Graphics 515, Samsung PM871 MZYLN256HCHP
 
HP Pro Tablet 408 G1 L3S97AA Intel Atom Z3736F, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 64 GB eMMC Flash
 
HP Pro Tablet 608 G1 Intel Atom x5-Z8500, Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail), Hynix HCG8E 64 GB
 
Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet 10 2nd Gen Intel Atom x7-Z8700, Intel HD Graphics (Cherry Trail), SanDisk SEM128
 
HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1 Intel Atom Z3735F, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 32 GB eMMC Flash

* ... smaller is better

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