A new Linux tablet has been announced, the Spark which will retail for $265 and will run the KDE Plasma Active interface, the tablet was announced by KDE plasma Active team member Aaron Seigo.
The Spark tablet comes with a 1GHz AMLogic processor, with Mali 400 graphics and it features a 7 inch capacitive multi-touch touchscreen display, plus 512GB of RAM.
It’s name is “Spark”, in recognition of it being the start to an even bigger flame.
It sports an open Linux stack on unlocked hardware and comes with an open content and services market. The user experience is, of course, Plasma Active and it will be available to the general public.
The tablet also comes with 4GB of built in storage plus a microSD card slot, and the device will sell for around 200 Euros which works out at about $265.
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