Realease (no, that is not a typo) has rolled out a new 10″ tablet device which runs on the Linux operating system, with a choice of Freescale i.MX37 (ARM11) and i.MX51 (ARM Cortex A8) processors within. With an open source operating system, you can be sure that power users will find it highly customizable, where it is up to your imagination (and programming skill) to come up with software and functions to make full use of this device. Other features include USB connectivity, a built-in motion sensor, an integrated camera and an ambient light sensor among others. Rest assured that most commercial folk will give this a miss even if it were to be freely available, since it was more or less built for software developers who want a platform to develop or port their solutions for B2B (Business To Business) use including the service industry.
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