Ubuntu for tablets Unveiled including Nexus 7 and Nexus 10

    After announcing the release date of Ubuntu smartphones in Q1 2014, Canonical has officially released the Ubuntu for tablets, a touch-based interface supporting screen sizes of 6" to 20", and use cases targeting both businesses and the home. Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 are in the list of supported tablets. And before, Canonical has released the develop version for Nexus 7.
    Ubuntu for tablets
    Just like Ubuntu for phones, you can make a tablet dock with a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to get a full PC experience with Ubuntu on tablets. The system app requires your tablet at least comes with Dual-core Cortex A15, 2GRAM and 8GB internal memory.

    Special Features

    Ubuntu Interface.The tablets'interface are exactly similar as Ubuntu phone’s interface, very neat and clean. The stylish home screen organizes all your most important information, selected from hundreds of sources – online or on board. You can search for any kind of content.

    Split-screen multitasking with "Side Stage". As we are making a video call on one part of the screen and meanwhile we can manipulate a business document on the other side.It has placed a phone and a tablet app on the same screen at the same time for amazing tablet productivity.

    Secure multi-user. Just like Android 4.1, Ubuntu for tablets allows multiple accounts on one tablet with full encryption for personal data. Of course, you can set the accounts. With the full disk encryption, and additional encryption for personal data protection, Ubuntu keep your data secured.

    Voice controlled HUD productivity. The unique HUD makes you do complex things fast and easy on touch devices. It brings all the power of the PC.The voice control can act as you truly personal assistant.

    Effortless navigation with magic edges. On Ubuntu tablets,screen edges are used for navigation between apps, settings and controls. You don’t need to back to the home screen when you want to change the app, just touch the app at a swipe.

    Content focus.On the customizable home screen, media is presented with hundreds of sources search.

    Access to Windows apps. Add a keyboard and mouse, your Ubuntu tablet will become a full PC and thin client, with access to Windows apps over standard protocols from Microsoft, Citrix, VMware and Wyse.

    Ubuntu really gives us something different from Android and iOS, and the most attracting part maybe the full PC experience. Now a developer preview of Ubuntu mobile operating system for both tablets and smartphones is released for Google Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.If you want to try the unique OS, you can download and install it. Source URL: http://ampledreams.blogspot.com/2013/02/ubuntu-for-tablets-unveiled-including.html
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