PengPod1040 tablet runs both Ubuntu and Android

On October 24, 2013, in Tablets, by Mike Jefferson

Most tablets on the market run on Android, iOS or Windows 8, but today we have a tablet that runs on Ubuntu.


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Initially the web did not believe when graphical mock-ups of Axon Logic Hackintosh tablet were introduced to the internet. But recently the Axon Logic Hackintosh tablet has been officially announced and now you got to believe, as it is real.

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