((I'm not sure this is exactly the right place for this thread.))
Right now I have some store-credit at Best Buy, and I'm looking to get a tablet. I've narrowed it down to an [url="http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Asus+-+Eee+Pad+Transformer+Tablet+with+16GB+Memory+-+Blue/5089952.p?id=1218610024403&skuId=5089952#tabbed-specifications"]Asus eeepad[/url] and a [url="http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Lenovo+-+ThinkPad+Tablet+with+16GB+Memory+-+Black/4797447.p?id=1218529586085&skuId=4797447"]Lenovo Thinkpad[/url]. The Lenovo is a Tegra 2, vs. the Asus's Tegra 3 processor. While I know that as far as specifications go the Asus is the better tablet, I'm not too sure about the company. I've had several Lenovo's over the year and have been quite pleased with the quality of the product, their durability, ease-of-access etc.. I've never owned an Asus, how well do they hold up physically?
Somthing else I'm wondering is; "Am I going to see a difference in performance?" I mainly use the device for emulating the N64 and PSone. My current (broken) tablet could handle some N64 games, but would stutter. It could not, for example, play "Conkers Bad Fur Day" due to graphical glitches. Would I see these games work with a more powerful CPU, or is it more-likely a technical incompatibility between Android and Emulators?
TL/DR; How well are Asus Eee Pads built, and will I see more compatible N64 roms with a Tegra 3 vs. a Tegra 2
*tends to break things*