Sorry, I probably should have clarified that part. The reason why I opted for a Windows tablet PC is because I have more use for PC applications/tasks than Android ones. Note-taking, while it is an important part of my daily tasks, is merely a tiny fraction of everything that I do. I do a ton of drawing, and Windows tablets are the best for that aspect (for me, at least), with Photoshop, Paint Tool SAI, Sketchbook Pro, etc. In a nutshell, having a Windows tablet is a lot more versatile for me. The Galaxy Note 10 is a gorgeous piece of work though -- I would have definitely gone for it, but it's too simplistic for my needs (not saying it's not powerful though, it's amazing). I'm in a real dilemma to be honest. Evernote has always been my main library for my notes (I have been using the Windows version for typing up my notes -- seriously) and OneNote has recently been a great tool for my hand-written notes and whatnot. It's a dilemma because I have to choose where to house my notes and I just have a feeling that Evernote may add support for handwriting for TabletPCs (I want to confidently believe so, at least). Evernote's aesthetic, as a piece of software is a lot more attractive to me -- I really would not like to leave it. I wish they would hurry up on the handwriting support for Windows PCs. They already have ink-note features, but it's sort of wonky and not as flexible of a feature as I'd like it to be.