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Ubuntu tablet with 1 TB of storage also support android os ready for market


Ubuntu tablet, Ubuntub Android Tablet with 1 TB of storage approaches its target on Indiegogo.

Ubuntu tablet. A new tablet called UbuTab arrived on the scene recently on Indiegogo and promised a 1TB of internal storage and decent data at an affordable price.

The UbuTab is made for the consumption of media, having a near edge-to-edge screen, integrated pin, a good stylish design and this new Ubuntu tablet can support both android and Ubuntu os.


Ubuntu on a tablet, Ubuntu tablet, Ubuntub Android Tablet with 1 TB of storage approaches its target on Indiegogo


In terms of hardware specs of Ubuntu tablet, the UbuTab has an IPS 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz. Graphic support Open GL ES 2.0 with the Mali400MP4 quad core graphic processor, 2 GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage. The tablet also comes with a 5-megapixel rear camera (without front shooter), 16 GB flash memory, and promises to six hours of battery life (11,000 mAh). Connection options include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. Available ports in ubutab are composed of micro-USB, micro HDMI, micro SD (up to 32GB) and headphonejack of 3.5 mm in size.

"Our main goal is to offer a fresh and exciting mobile computing with UbuTab. Our goal is to provide PC like storage space on the tablet. Innovative developments in the market for hard drives have provided us with effective thin and hard drives up to 1TB capacity. In only 7 mm thickness, these units are 25% thinner than a traditional notebook hard drive. This new thin hard drives have enabled us to design a tablet with mass storage without compromising the design of tablet ", reads the description in Indiegogo.

"In addition to the unique and specialized equipment, UbuTab came with the Ubuntu operating system. Although the Android operating system is also available, we are eager and happy to support an exciting new operating system."

"To put it bluntly, that we are not trying to compete the already crowded of tablets by launching another tablet in the market for competition. We're just trying enough to make a good budget Ubuntu tablet which can satisfy all the important work of a PC. There are more than probably the only tablet in your category for some time. We offer a free replacement warranty 3 years for all parts and labor. "

The UbuTab has already raised $15.026 at the time of writing, to go to the goal of $36,000, 20 days more. The $245 and $275 early bird stands are already sold out, but still interested fans to spend $290 or more. Crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo will close on December 26th and the first Ubuntu tablet units set to start shipping in March 2015.

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