I think this questionnaire is a bit limited. What's the power consumption of these processors? What's the heat output? Can they even be used in the form factor of GPD Win without burning it down like a combustible lemon in a house? How much more battery power will they use compared to z8750?
N4200 = 6w
Core m3-7Y30 = 7w
N4200 is quadcore = not necessary for gaming or emulation
Core m3-7Y30 = Dual Core with higher single threaded frequency and better gpu
The Teclast X5 Pro use the Core m3-7Y30, it has a 5000 mAh battery and lasts four hours. (GPDwin has 6700 mAh battery)
Go look up gaming benchmark of the X5 Pro on youtube, it crushes GPDwin.
I'm potentially getting an X5 Pro by early next month. I'll post some emulation videos so you can see.
Compare his Counter Strike framerate to my videos and he's getting 2x the performance at a negligible higher resoultion.
He is running 1280x768 and I ran mine at 1280x720. Also I put in whatever tweaks to help it run better and it looks like he's just running stock settings.
So more than double the performance in games, and potentially in the same TDP because of two less CPU cores.
Core m3-7Y30 costs $100 more than N4200 if you buy chips x1000.
Also N4200 costs $120 more than z8700/z8750.
So people who are thinking that N4200 is going to be same price as GPDwin are going to be in for a bad time. $450~ for GPDwin2 with N4200 and only 15%~ better performance OR $550~ for GPDwin2 with Core m3-7Y30 and 100%+~ performance in games.
There really shouldn't be an argument for Core m3-7Y30. If people think GPDwin is too expensive now, the N4200 is going to be MORE expensive.
Here's a comparison on Intel's website itself:https://ark.intel.com/compare/95449,95592
Core m3-7Y30 destroys N4200