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eRacks is set to begin testing a Linux Ubuntu based tablet. The 7 inch tablet would retail for around $200 and would include several key features missing from the Kindle Fire: including a micro SD slot, a built in ip cameras live 24/7 while the battery has power, HDMI out and GPS support.  If you’re in the market for a tablet, you may want to keep an eye on the eRacks website. An upcoming software update would make it possible for the tablet install and run Android apps.

April 13th, 2012

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  • Mojo says:

    Would pay more for capacitive. But really been looking forward to a tablet with ubuntu.

  • mojo says:

    With Ubuntu, I’d be able to setup the apps, like a browser to a home-based server, to auto-start-up on power.
    With tablets near every room, it would have a startrek vibe.
    I’d be able to stream music, voice to every tablet in every room.
    Come-on Beta Testing!

  • very well done…

    great post. looking forward seeing it in the future….

  • mr.sandman says:

    omg finally a ubuntu tablet i was planing on getting the kindlefire but if this tablet is good i might get it but man would it be awesome to be a beta tester i never been one

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