Not much was known about the TENQ P07 tablet when it first appeared. What we did know was that it ran Ubuntu Netbook Edition and featured a 10.1″ multitouch display, 1.6Ghz Intel Atom CPU, 2GB of memory, and a 32GB SSD. The GizChina blog has also learned that the P07 will include a webcam, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (though whether that will include 802.11N isn’t mentioned) support, HDMI output, and a MicroSD card reader.

The manufacturer also states that they’re working hard to ensure that the P07’s on-screen keyboard and touch interface is top-notch. That’s good to hear, and hopefully TENQ can deliver — since software seems to be one aspect which consistently gives tablet manufacturers trouble.

via OMG Ubuntu

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Lee Mathews

Computer tech, blogger, husband, father, and avid MSI U100 user.

One reply on “TENQ P07 Ubuntu tablet specs emerge”

  1. An Ubuntu tablet could be a very nice device especially if it came ready to run Android apps + Wine which actually works pretty well for windows portable apps.

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