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Tuesday, 23 July 2013 10:13

KDE heads for tablets

Written by Nick Farrell

Open source chance

KDE developer Aaron Seigo, said that Vivaldi close to shipping the first KDE tablet to his team for quality testing.

Seigo writes on his Google+ page, Seigo said the first Vivaldi tablets, new dual-core engineering boards and the custom EOMA68 developer workbenches commissioned have all been shipped out. He warned about getting too excited as the tablets are pre-certification (EC/FCC) and are on their way to us so the can verify the Q/A targets we set out.

Vivaldi has been delayed couple of times earlier. But the latest update from Seigo says that now things are moving in positive direction. Earlier the tablet was delayed as the manufacturer changed the hardware components which made it harder for the free software teams to work with it.

Vivaldi team then found new hardware partners and are now slowly moving towards their targets, Seigo said.

Nick Farrell

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