canonical-tabletWhat makes the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition so special? For starters, this happens to be the world’s first Ubuntu tablet, and it is now available for pre-orders to the masses, as it brings together not only PCs but also mobile devices to boot. This is the very first convergence device from Canonical, and it has the ability to switch between a desktop and mobile device – pretty much in the same vein as that of the Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950XL.

Canonical is an Ubuntu manufacturer, having teamed up with BQ, who happens to be an electronics manufacturer that is based in Spain. Their collaboration has resulted in the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, where it is up for pre-order today. As for the global shipping prices, it will begin from €259.90 a pop, with shipping being targeted to kick off some time in early April onward.

Just to make sure that there is no heartache involved, do click through to BQ from Canonical’s tablet devices page in order to benefit from the worldwide pricing and shipping options, as anything else is not all that legit. Expect to see Canonical’s Ubuntu OS version 15.04 run on it, where it allows you to work as though you were on a standard Linux desktop when it is plugged into a variety of peripherals such as an external display, keyboard, or mouse.

Filed in Computers >Tablets. Read more about canonical, linux and ubuntu. Source: pcworld

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