Sunday, February 12, 2012

Spark 7-Inch Tablet with Mer Linux Operating System

For the past few months of searching a good Linux-powered tablet, Spark is one of those handheld machine that really captured our attention. It is because of a video clip provided by one of KDE's developer named, Aaron Seigo. He shows how the Plasma Active works on capturing the gesture of the user. The sensitivity of its screen is quite similar to what we can get from iPad as well in Galaxy Tab and probably from other line but in terms of uniqueness, its computing platform is quite different, right? It is because, other smart devices are carrying the flagship of its manufacturer like the Google's Android Market and iTunes of Apple.

Spark 7-Inch Tablet with Mer Linux Operating System

In addition to this report, it is packed with Mer Linux, a variety of Linux coming from the series of Meego. And to know more of what we can get from Spark 7-inches tablet, see the following list of specs:
  • Processor: 1GHz AMLogic ARM Cortex-A9
  • Memory: 512MB
  • Display: 800 x 480-pixels (touchscreen)
  • Storage: 4GB (probably, SSD)
  • Camera: 1.3-megapixels
  • Connectivity: Typical 802.11b/g Wi-Fi
It is also packed with microSD card slot for additional storage and it is possibly the first tablet with an open-source software. How about the possible apps? That might be the toughest thing that we need to follow before the release date of Spark tablets.


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