The Archos 101 is a 10 inch tablet with a capacitive touchscreen display which ships with Google Android. But Archose also offers a “Special Developer Edition” firmware package for the tablet which lets you run Angstrom Linux instead… you just have to agree to void your warranty to use it. But if you’d prefer to use a more mainstream Linux distributions, it looks like there are ways to do that as well.
The developers have also added power management features allowing the tablet to last for 30 or more hours while in “sleep” mode.
You can check out a video of Debian running on the Archos 101 after the break, courtesy of YouTube users Mader2302.