Anyone who has had an experience with the PengPod range of 7” and 10” tablets would know that those tablets were able to run on Android, Ubuntu, or other Linux-based operating systems, and it seems that the time is ripe for upgraded hardware to be introduced to the PengPod range. The name does sound rather corny in my opinion, but to each his or her own, right? This time around, the PengPod1040 would be the one to come under scrutiny, as it would arrive in decent iPad-sized form factor, coupled with a high-resolution display and a quad-core processor.
A working prototype is already available, but the PengPod1040 would remain but a distant dream if it fails to raise $349,000 in pre-orders via an Indiegogo campaign. Those who are interested in seeing the PengPod1040 enter our fabric of reality will be able to place a pledge of $249 (or $220 if you happen to be one of the first 100 people to claim an early bird special). Fret not, should the campaign fail to raise that amount of money by the time the deadline approaches, no money will be charged. Intended hardware specifications for this dual-booting PengPod1040 include a 9.7” display at 2048 x 1536 pixels, an Allwinner A31 ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal memory, USB connectivity, Wi-Fi, front and back cameras, and both Android and Ubuntu loaded to its internal storage. [Indiegogo Page]RELATED
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