Canonical and BQ announced today the availability of the first Ubuntu tablet that turns into a PC. The device is up for purchase now and we’re talking about the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, up for sale here.
There are two versions, the Black and White one, the former priced at 279 euros and already out of stock and the second at 229 euros and still available. This is dubbed as the “first tablet in the world to use Ubuntu OS and offer PC convergence”. It packs a 16:10 10.1 inch screen with IPS panel and Full HD resolution, plus a 7280 mAh battery and 16 GB of storage.
The product weighs 470 grams and measures 8.2 mm in thickness. You should know it relies on a quad core MediaTek MT8163 processor, clocked at up to 1.3 GHz. There’s also 2 GB of RAM available and a main 8 MP camera, plus a 5 MP front shooter. Accessories and cases are also available.