They're best known for making Ubuntu laptops and PCs but ZaReason are about to dip their toes into fresh waters with the launch of a tablet. But, unlike the rest of their hardware line up, the 'ZaTab' doesn't come with Ubuntu but the tried-and-tested tablet Android 4.0 operating system.
Pre-order registration for forthcoming KDE tablet 'Spark' is now open. The Spark team hope to use the registration period as a means of gauging demand for the fledgling tablet. Those who register now will be given a 'priority order code' when pre-ordering begins that will 'jump your order to the front of the line'.
A new Ubuntu tablet is on the market - but it comes with company. The Ekoore Python S tablet ships with three operating systems installed.
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.
Using Ubuntu on a tablet or netvertible isn't the nicest of fits and that's understandable: Ubuntu is not a tablet OS after all. There are, however, plenty of things one can do to make the experience of using Ubuntu on a tablet/touchscreen that little bit more more enjoyable. Over the coming weeks I'll be sharing a selection of tips, apps and ideas for doing just this. But first you'll need something to read the posts in...
Dual-screen Ubuntu-based tablet ‘Kno‘ has brought its launch date forward to December this year, according to the PCWorld. Not in the know on the Kno? read on in to find out more.
Splashed on a Samsung Galaxy Tab but miss the familiar trappings (or should that be tappings :P ) of Ubuntu? Rejoice! Two users over on the XDA forums – which is a breeding ground for […]