I am not a parts specific comparison expert when it comes to specific models of anything. They are both rated for 500 watts. The questions you have to ask yourself are what are the user ratings on it.
Ah, ok. I understand now. No, the components within the Android tablets are just standard electronics. The device manufacturer, such as Asus, Samsung, etc are responsible for the components but most
Not sure what you mean by "components" but the names themselves are just Google's alphabetical codenames for the various full release versions of the Android operating system. Not sure anyone outside
Yes, if cleaning the system does not solve the overheating, I would say it is a better financial move to buy a new machine as opposed to spending money on hardware repairs. Dell and HP are my general suggestions
Can you clarify what you mean by "compatible hard drive?" Do you mean with respect to how the drive connects to the system, or something else? If you could also clarify "as much RAM as possible" - what