I bought my N10 back in February. And I did that because there still was no other device that can match it spec/price wise. I don't see it as a laptop replacement. I don't see any tablet as a laptop replacement, even the latest Surface Pro 3 can't essentially replace a laptop, which already replaced my desktop PC. I bought it for reading, movies while travelling (I have a lot of trips in my work) and occasional gaming. From my experience, this tablet is a Monster. It even beats Samsung devices in multitasking when you install XHalo and other appropriate Xposed modules. My only complaint regarding the speed of the device is multi user support. It gets a little laggy when you have another user running in the background (we share this tablet with my GF). But it's primary the software issue, because once the second user logs in, there is no way for him to log out, it's constantly running in the background. The only solution is reboot. Once you do that, the tablet is perfect once again
I've already explained this to you once, but clearly to still do not understand. The 1+1 must also use some of it's 3GB for graphics, it just isn't hard-allocated. So the 1+1 doesn't have 3GB allocated "for apps" any more than the N10 has 1GB "for apps".
You can do "free -h" on both devices, but you aren't comparing like-for-like and repeatedly insisting the N10 actually only has 1GB ram makes you sound like a ****ing moron. Start playing a 3D game or even load a particularly big webpage, and the GPU on your 1+1 will consume the same gig of ram that is pre-allocated to the GPU on the N10.
The only time pre-allocating ram to the GPU is a bad decision is if you are running a task that is not graphics heavy. In such a scenario, you may end up wasting a few hundred MB of ram that could be allocated to the CPU. However, this isn't a huge problem in reality as there aren't many apps that are super CPU/ram heavy whilst being light on GPU. In fact I can't think of any!
And finally as we're getting into a pissing contest, how is single threaded CPU performance on your 1+1? Not as strong as the N10, is it? As as others have said, this is a near 2 year old tablet, built on a 32nm process node! At this point it has no right to match or beat a modern smartphone in ANY measure, and yet it does.