I admire the manner, though, with which you apply your passive aggressive strategies. First ask questions to denounce, then outright disclaim the validity. Got that!
Thats not passive agressive, that's effectively illustrating how you fabricate "facts" to support your thesis. How can you claim 10W/1.39W pwer draws when your source of truth is a graph that shows 2.73/1.39W?
Reading - Winner: Nexus 7.2 Yes, 323PPI beats the Tegra Note's 216PPI, and the screen is beautiful. But - it sucks power, and as a result the N7.2 is pretty comparable to the Tegra Note in battery tests according to Anand and Tom's hardware.
You are again embarrassing yourself. Which is it - the Tegra Note 7 or the Shield Tablet you are making a comparison? You can't conflate the two and pick the worst attributes from each to substantiate your argument. Either you are performing lazy in research or being purposely disingeuous. The Shield tablet has a 1920x1200 screen - the same resolution as the Nexus 7 - and 283 PPI. In my experience, after about 300 dpi, any increased pixel density has very little effect.
The irony in all that is I wouldn't expect desktop performance out of a tablet, lest I be dissappointed. Gpgpu and 3D, thus, goes down the drain when you are able to "stream" and "network" the applications you want to use online which I'm sure is more feasible.
The true irony is that the best streaming tablet is the Shield tablet, bar none. And of course, with the pathetic SoC in your tablet, you WILL be disappointed if you expect desktop performance. Not so much with the TK1, which out performs all core duos ever produced.
I and many others want and need more performance. I'm on a train 90 minutes per day. I need to do nearly everything my workstation can do on my tablet. My family loves to play console class games and grid on our tv using our tablets. So while the N7 with its feeble performance and nice reading screen might be the best tablet FOR YOU, it certainly isn't for everyone. Btw, the Shield tablet is 2-3x faster in web browsing. I guess the battery life on the N7 gives you more time to watch you pages repaint