Generally I would say not. But more specifically I would say it depends on your budget and what you intend to do on it. Because of x86, this opens up possible uses that benefit from more RAM.
Though I would not be doing any video-editing or photo-shop on a tablet. Maybe it is just me, but I have a hard time coming up with something that requires more than 4 GB RAM that I would want to do on a tablet.
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What ultrabook are you referring to? And it's a waste because it's so limiting. It's a tablet. That kind of money can buy a real nice quality labtop. Yeah, it'll be a tad heavy, but if that's such a big deal, just get a $800 ultrabook and a Nexus 7 or somesuch.
I dont get whats crappy about it? Haswell i5. 4gb ram. Hd4400 graph card. 1080p screen. Digital Pro Pen/sceen. Great battery.
Let's go by item shall we? Not all i5's are the same. It's a series, and the best one is much better than the worst one. But it's going to be a laptop CPU regardless so is a crappy CPU no matter which it is. 4 GB RAM , coupled with the other poor specs, would make you cry if you tried to run Photoshop and actually do something with it. Remember that Windows takes up 1-2 GB RAM in general. HD 4400 is not a graphics card. It's an integrated graphics chip on the CPU. Ultrabooks will be the same, but for the price you're willing to pay you can get a laptop with a real GPU. Pretty much any laptop worth anything will have a 1080p screen. I don't know what the battery life is, so I won't comment on that.
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