We still don't know if we should use GiB or Gb as Unit.
Well... GiB (GibiByte -- 2^30, not GigaByte--10^9) is less ambiguous, so I prefer it.
Maybe the cells shouldn't be coloured at all, to get the chart as neutral as we can. Otherwise someone can get the impression that the chart might be designed to let the pyra look as good as possible. E.g someone might complain that thickness would be more important than width for someone, or that the gpd's CPU should be green etc.
Without color, everyone could decide which features are most important for them.
I agree with the idea of making this as neutral as possible. I did not colour the "size" cells, but I do not disagree with colouring them either -- it is a grey area, I think. Other coloured cells are certainly OK, as some things are clearly better than others. I think the CPU question may be too complex to give colours to, but I know little about the GPD Win's -- what is its power draw, for instance?
Colours are useful for just glancing at. If this comparison chart is much used, most people would only skim it, with only a few studying it deeply. Of those few, fewer still would have definite opinions on the differing merits of PowerVR vs Intel HD or x86 vs ARM.
also to let Pyra looks even more good, an "ARM compatibility" row should be added
Is there any significant ARM-only software that the Pyra can offer? By using Windows 10, the GPD WIN, in theory, can offer 20 years worth of software for the most popular desktop operating system. If a good Android compatibility layer (perhaps a more mature version of Shashlik) exists in the future, allowing the Pyra not only to run Java-only software but also native ARM programs (which would mostly be less useful
than the utility programs like taxi apps, being mostly games), then
maybe such a row would be justified.