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Ntablet Linux commercial open-source tablet from $225

Open source tablet

The Ntablet open source tablet has been created to provide developers, enthusiasts and hobbyists with a programmable learning platform offering an all in one device for creative projects. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the world’s first commercial open source tablet.

Launched via Kickstarter this week and is now available with earlybird pledges from $225 or roughly £176, offering a 50% discount off the recommended retail price. Full goes to plan worldwide shipping of the open source tablet is expected to take place during March 2020

“As a portable tool, it gives not only convenience to your projects, but also help to create more innovative designs as what you imagine. With it, you can start programming and developing anywhere, you can freely DIY and control TV, air conditioner, curtain, light, and even Robot. Ntablet is also a Linux based tablet, the inside core-board and motherboard are connected in the way of the socket, which enables users to change the core-board anytime, to run different operating systems or applications, like Android and Linux. 20 pins and 4 pins sockets are designed on the motherboard, to be used to connect with GPIO board, users can do kinds of debug or control after connection.”

Features and specifications of the Ntablet include :

– 7 inch HD IPS touch screen
– 4,800mAh battery
– 5 megapixel camera
– Speakers
– Micro SD – For external storage.
– HD Audio – The design of sound and earphone jack can increase the volume and bass, and avoid broken sound, assure fluent play.
– Micro HDMI – Could be connected to bigger monitors for better visual display and operation.
– Micro USB/OTG – Supports device charging, and OS updating.
– USB – Supports USB mouse, keyboard, USB disk, etc.

Source: Kickstarter

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