December 30, 2010 · News · Email This Post

What with Apple's iOS leading the tablet pack and a herd of Android-based fondleslabs poised to enter the market, it's enticing to read of an Ubuntu-based tablet that's rumored to hit the market in early 2011.

"A new Linux powered tablet is on it's way!" writes Andrew Sykes, publisher of the China-based gadget site Gizchina, with more enthusiasm than grammatical precision.

According to Sykes' unnamed sources, the also-unnamed tablet will run Ubuntu Netbook 10.10, will be powered by an Intel 1.6 GHz Atom – an N280, perhaps? – and will include 2GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD.

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3 Comments to “Ubuntu tablet rumored for early 2011 launch”

  1. cookiemonster says:

    I suspect this is the real reason for the Unity interface. Ever since I first saw UNR, I thought it was horrible, but would actually be nice on a touchscreen device. But why on Earth would it need 2GB of RAM?

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  2. whiskybar says:

    glossy display seriously?

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  3. maries z says:

    But why on Earth would it need 2GB of RAM?

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