KDE Vivaldi taken apart, photographed in the buff

VivaldiWe've seen plenty of what the KDE Spark Vivaldi tablet is capable of showing on its 7-inch screen, but until today, that's all we've seen; the insides have been a complete mystery. 

A few lucky folks managed to change that today by getting their hands on (and in) a Vivaldi, and posted the first pictures of the internal hardware.

We already knew most of the specs, but the teardown just confirms all the information we already had for the tablet. There's a 1GHz AMLogic processor, a Mali-400 GPU, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage that can be upgraded to 32GB with a microSD card. 

The Vivaldi also comes with a decent array of ports, including two USB ports, a mini-HDMI port, and a rather ubiquitous 3.5mm headphone jack. 

All in all, I'd say the Vivaldi is going to be one heck of a tablet for those people who want to do a lot of tasks without breaking the bank. $265 for a completely open tablet that you can theoretically do whatever you want with is a pretty amazing deal. I've already got a few tablets lying around and even so, I can't wait to get one of these in my hands. 

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Calob Horton

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