Yesterday, Canonical began a countdown timer on their Ubuntu website with the promise that when the timer expires, Canonical would have some details about a new Ubuntu tablet that would be launching. Well, many Linux fans were waiting with baited breath for the countdown to expire and that has now occured.
Let’s face it, who doesn’t like a good deal. Cheap and discounted gadgets are always gobbled up quickly and if they are quality products, so much the better. Good quality Android tablets aren’t cheap although Amazon has seen good sales with their reasonably priced Kindle Fire tablet.
All parents have a different philosophy when it comes to raising children. Some say that in today’s age, we are inundated with technology and that kids don’t have enough time to just play outdoors or use their imagination to keep themselves occupied.
There may still be some debate as to what role Microsoft’s Windows 7 will play in the area of tablet computers, but this hasn’t stopped some tablet makers from announcing consumer focussed tablets that run on the Win 7 operating system.