The first tablet equipped with Linux operating system was introduced in the world!


The first tablet equipped with Linux operating system was introduced in the world!

The first tablet equipped with Linux operating system was introduced in the world!

Tablets available in the market are all Windows, Android and Mac types. We all know these operating systems and may have worked with them many times. The root or the core and the main kernel of the desired operating systems have their roots in the main operating systems and the computer version. If Bill Gates and Steve Jobs had a minimum understanding on one thing, the importance of the operating system is in the use of hardware. This belief was stable. Android may not have a desktop version and the closest powerful operating system to it is Chrome, but in fact it is still on the throne of mobile operating systems.

But in the meantime, the operating system that was forgotten is Linux. Linux, this open source operating system, by providing the possibility of changes even in Kernel is one of the best OS available. Linux is mostly free and in terms of security and network, it is the best operating system. Now it was time for Linux to start working and enter the world of tablets!

Yes, it’s true. Hours ago, the first tablet equipped with the AAS system Mel Linux was introduced to the world. Aquaris M10 is the name of the world’s first Linux tablet that uses the Ubuntu distribution operating system. This tablet has a 10.1-inch FHD screen and Dragontrail protection. It also has Bluetooth mouse and keyboard connectivity. On the other hand, The HDMI port on it can be used to connect to other displays. This product weighs 470 grams and has a diameter of 8.2 mm. A powerful 7280 mAh battery is also responsible for power supply. Information processing is also on It is powered by a 4-core MediaTek MT8163A processor. This processor operates at a working frequency of 1.5 GHz and has 2 GB of RAM memory. 16 GB of storage space that can be upgraded via an SD memory card is also available to the user.

A 12-megapixel camera with dual LED flash is also available for capturing images. Some experts consider the possibility of creating a single platform to communicate with other equipment by the Linux team. Now that Linux has entered the operating system of tablets, the competition will be spectacular. This product is very powerful and has suitable hardware. As you know, the Linux operating system requires much weaker hardware than Windows to operate. Currently, the price of this product has not been announced.

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