Danskeman: Hi, no I didn't think that you were being critical.. Very well done for what you have achieved. More power to you for this!
It's perfectly logical that windows folk want to use windows targeted tools. I don't run windows and prefer tools that can be used for "anything".
I bought my first Linx 10 with the idea of installing Linux onto it as a general purpose tablet (I'm not a gamer, beyond Mame for Galaxians/Moon Cresta etc.)
I didn't appreciate the specific problems that I would encounter "along the way", mainly due to the design of the SOC fitted to the tablets.
However, I do enjoy messing with hardware so this "morphed" into another set of projects..
I now have 7 tablets. 2 Linx 10, a Linx 7 & 8, a Linx Commtiva N700 and a couple of Zoostorms. The Commtiva has been modded to be a bespoke satnav running open mapping for the car. The Zoostorms are used as PDF readers (my own reader software, done my way).
The Linx tablets are used just for tablet development work..
All of the tablets, apart from the first Linx 10 were bought damaged or faulty and repaired. I've only had one Linx 8 that turned out to be totally kaput.
All good fun!