You all know that Android and Windows 8 and even iOS are fantastic tablet operating systems, but they're not the only ones. Linux is also proving to be a fantastic alternative to the other three big tablet systems, and the biggest example of that is the KDE Spark tablet.
Actually, it's not the KDE Spark anymore. It's now being called the KDE Vivaldi, after the great composer and virtuoso violinist Antonio Vilvadi. The name change is due to a legal dispute with another company that already had a Spark tablet, but Vivaldi is a pretty amazing name for any product, anyway.
The name is all that's changed for the tablet, though. The specs are still the same as they were before: a 1GHz processor with a Mali 400 GPU, 512MB of RAM, 4G of internal storage, and a 7-inch capacitive screen.
Something else that hasn't changed is the estimated shipping date, which is still expected to be sometime in May. Will you be buying one?[Aseigo Blog]