RPOWER can run on a variety of consumer and business tablets. Tablets running Windows are preferred due to RPOWER being able to run natively on them.
RDP or Native?
Windows Tablets can run RPOWER 2 different ways, iPads and Androids use the RDP method.
RDP: You can use an RDP client (mstsc.exe in Windows) to connect to a file server running Windows. This method uses the file server's processing power to run RPOWER in a new session and just delivers the screen to the tablet. This is akin to you remoting in to a site using LogMeIn or ScreenConnect.
Native: With Windows Tablets, you can install RPOWER on the tablet just like you would on a traditional terminal.
Touch Dynamic Quest Tablet
The Quest tablet runs Windows and is configured just like a regular workstation.
In the Workstation INI this tablet is using, change XRES=xxx to XRES=1024,640
If you're using RDP, the same XRES INI setting still applies.