KDE Vivaldi tablet release pushed back one month


The KDE Vivaldi tablet is being marketed as the first purely open tablet. It runs KDE Linux and, from what we've heard so far, allows you to do just about anything you want to it. The best part is that it will cost just $265, but we have to wait until it's released first. 

Aaron Seigo, one of the developers of the KDE tablet, announced yesterday that the release of the tablet is going to be pushed back one month. 

"We are still on track to deliver, however a number of things in our supply chain through to retail have ended up taking longer than expected. When I look back at the delays I can see a good reason and ways we will have benefited in the near term from each of them, but that does not make them any more fun to endure."

So you'll still be able to get one, but it's going to take longer for it to arrive at your door. On a happy note, this delay will allow the software developers to throw in some extra features like stronger file security. 

[Aseigo Blog

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