Its good to understand the intent behind the rule - and its spelled out in this SE blog post.
Let’s say the question asker provided all that information. Fat
chance, I know, but let’s pretend for a moment they did — and we were
able to provide the perfect, ideal shopping recommendation to them.
Even if that was the case, technology moves so rapidly that the best
shopping recommendations will be utterly obsolete within a year!
What’s the point of a bunch of labor intensive questions that provide
only temporary benefit to a limited (some might say Too Localized)
So, your question about "linux compatible tablets" would go obsolete quickly - and would end up in a listy question.
Lets also consider
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual
problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the
usefulness of our site and push other questions off the front page.
Your questions should be reasonably scoped. If you can imagine an
entire book that answers your question, you’re asking too much.
Which of course means a question that polls for options is undesirable. In this case you're going to get a catalog not a book, but close enough
A good hardware recommendation is general
Lets consider something like this question on SSDs . The answer reflects a general class of specifications. I'd probably include things like rated write endurance and MLC/TLC/SLC but these are still general and are unlikely to become massively obsolete over time. It could also talk about features. It should never ask for specific models or distros.
Its pretty hard to phrase this specific question to be on topic I'm afraid. Its something we would generally direct people towards chat