At the latest edition of Mobile World Congress, BQ presented the first convergent Ubuntu tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition.
It is the first tablet to run Ubuntu OS and can be used in PC mode thanks to Ubuntu’s convergence. Convergence seeks to unify products in a way which allows apps to work on multiple devices. This means PC apps can be used on mobile devices and vice versa.
Use your M10 in tablet mode. Use the touchscreen to open apps and interact with the scopes which make up this operating system. To use it as a PC, just connect a mouse and keyboard to beign working. Get an even better experience by connecting an external monitor. Find out more about Ubuntu convergence here.
The M10 Ubuntu Edition comes in two different models: the HD version, with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800, and the FHD version, with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. Both versions have Dragontrail X protection and AHVA technology, which takes the quality of the display one step beyond.
Each model is only 8.2 mm thick and weighs only 470 g. They also include a 64-bit MediaTek MT8163 processor with 2 GB RAM, allowing tasks to be performed smoothly and efficiently. What’s more, they have 10 GB internal memory, expandable using a microSD card, and a 7,280 mAh battery which allows the tablet to be used for extended periods of time.
You can find the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition in our online store.