Canonical's latest Ubuntu tablet believes it's a computer

Canonical has initiated a latest tablet running its Ubuntu operating system, although instead of going following the likes of the iPad Air 2 it's gunning for the desktop computing advertise. That's because the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition's Unity engine can acclimatize to dissimilar scenarios, whether it's a touch input on the tablet itself or clasped up to a monitor, mouse and keyboard.


The M10 flawlessly switches among interfaces, depending on the peripherals connected to it, changing not just your input controls but the windows on display. The require of apps contrasted to Android and iOS will denote customers are improbable to disburse too much concentration to it, however there are several succeeds for businesses seeming to merge their appliance selection.

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The tablet itself brags a 1.5GHz quad-core Media-Tek processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, which isn't precisely home computing power.  There's also a micro SD slot, 8MP camera and a 10.1-inch display crowded into the Aquaris M10's 8.2mm thick body which tilts the scales at 470g - not that much heavier than the 437g iPad Air 2.

The BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is due to go on due sometime in March, although pricing is so far to be disclosed.

Canonical's latest Ubuntu tablet believes it's a computer

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