PINE64 announces the PineTab2 Linux tablet powered by the RK3566 SoC and featuring a metal case, two USB-C ports, and up to 8GB RAM.
Juno Computers unveils Juno Tablet as the company’s first-ever Linux-powered tablet running the Debian-based and mobile tailred Mobian Linux distribution, as well as KDE’s Plasma Mobile desktop interface for mobile devices.
GNOME desktop’s GNOME Shell UI port for mobile devices is shaping up nicely, promising a near working interface for phones and tablets by the end of the year.
After Mobian Linux, now the Arch Linux ARM distribution is available for PINE64’s PineTab Linux tablet. As expected, support is in early stages of development, but it’s worth a try.
Debian-based Mobian Linux is now available for PINE64’s PineTab Linux tablet in addition to the PinePhone Linux phone, with more devices on the way.
CutiePi Linux tablet is now available for pre-order from $169 USD, powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Lite board with 1GB RAM and using the Raspbian GNU/Linux operating system.
The PineTab Linux tablet from PINE64 is now available for pre-order and you can get one for only $99.99 USD. The Linux tablet is powered by the Ubuntu Touch OS from UBports.