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UbuTab, the incredible tablet with Ubuntu Touch, almost without bezels and 2 TB of storage

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UbuTab, the incredible tablet with Ubuntu Touch, almost without bezels and 2 TB of storage

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November 27, 2014

When we talk about Ubuntu Touch, the operating system developed by Canonical that will soon be two years old, we think above all about smartphones, especially cheap ones, since emerging markets have been their first objective. But what about tablets. The campaign that was initially launched to promote Ubuntu Touch was also dedicated to these devices, where many of its possibilities were shown. UbuTab She will be in charge of showing them to everyone, and is prepared for it.

Ubuntu Touch You have encountered a difficult situation. The smartphone market is highly defined, with Android leading the way, Apple with its strong user base, and Windows as the alternative. That of tablets is not much more accessible, and also has the additional handicap that it is in the process of change, its growth has slowed down enormously and many manufacturers are having problems making the business profitable.

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