Today is March 28, Do you know what that means? That’s it available for booking Ubuntu’s first converged tablet: the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition. It can be booked from the BQ official website and is available in two versions: the HD version for a price of € 249.90 and the FHD version for € 289.90. What is the difference between the two models? Screen only: The FHD version has a screen with FHD resolution 1920 x 1200 – 240 ppi, while the HD has an HD screen 1280 x 800-160 ppi, which will be noticed to offer less detail.
For everything else, the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition will use the operating system Ubuntu 15.04 but, as we have seen in the various presentations (there are also videos on YouTube), the first converged tablet of Ubuntu will not use Unity 7, if not the much desired Unity 8. Of course, you can upgrade to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) when the operating system is officially launched on April 21st. Being the first converging tablet there are many doubts, how can the betas be installed? I guess so, but I wouldn’t risk it.
BQ now allows the reservation of Ubuntu’s first converged tablet: Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition
The BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition has a MediaTek Quad Core MT8163A processor up to 1.5 GHz accompanied by the MediaTek Mali-T720 MP2 GPU up to 600 MHz and 2GB of RAM, Which may sound small compared to other tablets on the market, but I am fully convinced that it will offer excellent performance. It has only 16GB of storageBut let us know that users will have 11.2GB available, which is great and no other company tells us. The memory can be expanded up to 200GB more via microSD card ™ up to 200GB1 (ext3), will it be enough? 😉 As for your cameras, the main one will be 8MPX, While the front will be 5Mpx. No further details are provided, but we can think they will comply.
What do you think of its specifications? Are you going to book it?