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Monday, May 7, 2012

vivaldi - the new open source tablet coming soon

                An interesting tablet of open-source software called Vivaldi will go on sale soon. Why  should  you interest?
                     The new Tablet Vivaldi will offer access to the store which is equivalent Make.Play.Live Apple AppStore and Google Play with competing operating systems. It will provide not only applications but also wallpapers, e-books, widgets and customers services. As for Vivaldi is a noble idea of ​​open-source, anyone can create your own shop with supplements. This means that a school or large companies will be able to easily open a place where students and staff download applications, documents, books, and other digital content.


                     The new Tablet Vivaldi is a device equipped with a 7-inch touch screen with 800 x 480 pixels, with a 1GHz processor system AMLogic Mali-400 graphics, 1GB of RAM, a microSD memory card reader, 4GB of internal memory, two USB ports and webcam 1.3 Mpix. The entire work under the Linux operating system with an interface Mer KDE Plasma Active. Vivaldi soon go on sale in the price of 200 euros.

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