Although there are cheap Windows tables available now such as around â‚¬100, one thing I don't get is why all the Windows tablets under â‚¬300 have just a 32GB SSD that I'm fairly sure would fill up over the next year or two with just the supplied software and Windows updates alone. With many of them around the â‚¬100 to â‚¬150 range, surely they could release one for let's say â‚¬20 to â‚¬30 more with a 64GB SSD, like Android tablets.
For example, I remember when I first installed Windows 7 when it launched in 2009, the entire installation took up about 10GB on my SSD. Now the Windows 7 directory alone is 36.2GB in size.
It reminds me of the time when Windows Vista came out and many laptop manufacturers continued to supply entry to medium spec laptops with just 512MB to 1GB of RAM.
Then again, most of those entry level Windows tablets have just 1GB of RAM also. Probably not wise running Firefox on them, considering I often see its process using over 1GB of RAM usage after a few hours of usage.