On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 2:01 PM, Wookey <email@example.com> wrote:ah that's neal. yeah i'm deeply impressed by neal's entrepreneurial
> These people support linux on cheap tablets:
> (dual boot with android - linux on the SD, but a lot more open than most
> random hardware you can buy)
spirit. the pengpod 700 and the 1000 went down extremely well. he's
now doing a crowdfunding project for the A31-based "uber"-tablet.
didn't want to alarm/discourage him, the fact that he's trying _at
all_ when so many others are going "yeah it'd be nice IF..." is just
amazing in itself... _but_... the A31 should instantly ring alarm
bells for anyone not just in the free software world but even in the
business world because it has powervr graphics.
> And the KDE plasma tablet is about to be announced (so I hear). Not surethat'll be me doing the hardware for that.
> exactly how long before you can buy one. Probably a couple of months or so, so
> definitely not 'available today'.
anyway anyone who'd like to follow along, it's all here: