The €200 KDE tablet might have been given a new name but it still has the same lure on the surface: a low price, stylish design, and awesome open source software. But what about inside? Is there anything to tempt potential buyers under the hood?
Pre-order registration for the KDE Plasma Active tablet 'Spark' has been closed due to 'overwhelming demand'. "It has been so successful that we've reached our initial production capacity and have closed the pre-order program for now," writes Spark project lead Aaron Seigo on his blog.
As exciting as reading about the forthcoming KDE 'Spark' tablet is nothing beats seeing it in action - and thanks to the project lead Aaron Seigos we can now do just that.
Does a $200 tablet running KDE Plasma Active sound good to you? Say hello to Spark.
A new release of Plasma Active - the touch-orientated interface for KDE - has been released. Plasma Active Two comes with many new features enhancements over those found in last october's 'Plasma Active One' release.