They are all the same. Planned obsolescence is how business works.
All these folks moaning that their 32Gb storage machine wont run the latest version of WIndows - didn't you realise these ultra low end dirt cheap devices were designed to be as long lasting as an Android phone which you would bin (put in for recycling) after 2 -3 years because Google's clusterfuck of an OS will never be updated on your otherwise adequate phone.
Sorry folks - all the tech companies are behaving the same way
Microsoft , Google, Apple ( ok - a bit longer support for the OS but not indefinite - I suppose the iDevice will have developed an unrepairable fault before the OS stops being supported )
Other consumer equipment - built in sat navs, etc in cars, upgradable washing machines ( the updates were promised for my AEG but never appeared)
Smart TV ( Apps & OS abandoned after a few months in some cases)
Broadband routers - your mileage may vary but very few will support more that 12 months
consumer IOT stuff - just throw it all away as it was built to a price which didn't allow upgrades or security fixes of any sort