Re: Five reasons why the Ubuntu tablet could shock naysayers in 2014

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Fsck! Fsck!! and Tripple Fsck!!!

Canonical should stop talking and start selling!!!!!!!!!!!

The full ARM hf 12.04 distros are working on Cubieboard
A10 and A20 CPUs with 3D acceleration eons ago,
so what exactly is the problem bringing out dirt cheap
$100 Ubuntu tablets?

Pengpods have come and gone with fully functional
Linaro Ubuntu distro a long time ago.

Canonical should just go out there, call on
hardware vendors to start selling Ubuntu on tablets
and the world will fall at their feet.
If they want money for it, just ask!
$10 per tablet sold is like peanuts
if Canonical would jump in with their excellent support.

This is the model that Valve followed with their Steam distro,
and now they got 14 vendors releasing kit at CES already in under a year.
With gaming price tags from a few hundred dollars to
thousands of dollars with extreme graphics supercomputing power.


Re: Five reasons why the Ubuntu tablet could shock naysayers in 2014
Melzzzzz wrote:

Quoted text here. Click to load it


Fsck! Fsck!! and Tripple Fsck!!!

Canonical should stop talking and start selling!!!!!!!!!!!

The full ARM hf 12.04 distros are working on Cubieboard
A10 and A20 CPUs with 3D acceleration eons ago,
so what exactly is the problem bringing out dirt cheap
$100 Ubuntu tablets?

Pengpods have come and gone with fully functional
Linaro Ubuntu distro a long time ago.

Canonical should just go out there, call on
hardware vendors to start selling Ubuntu on tablets
and the world will fall at their feet.
If they want money for it, just ask!
$10 per tablet sold is like peanuts
if Canonical would jump in with their excellent support.

This is the model that Valve followed with their Steam distro,
and now they got 14 vendors releasing kit at CES already in under a year.
With gaming price tags from a few hundred dollars to
thousands of dollars with extreme graphics supercomputing power.


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