Hmm. I still think this standpoint holds:
If the tablet runs Linux/OS X/Windows 7 or 8/Unix, then it's fair game.
We deal with these OSes all the time. It mostly shouldn't matter where it runs on. Let's allow these. My simple rule would be:
If the tablet runs a desktop OS, it's on-topic for Super User.
Of course, you need to draw the line between what'...
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