Made by BQ, with the keyboard and mouse connected it easily turns into a PC
The world of tablets is no longer divided between Android, iOS and Windows. Now it comes too Ubuntu. To carry it BQ, a Spanish company that mounted the famous Linux distribution within its tablet Aquaris M10.
Equipped with display from 10.1 inches with 1280 × 800 resolution, quad-core MediaTek MT8163A chip and 2 GB of Ram, the penguin tablet it can also become a common PC. Just connect the keyboard, mouse and monitor and here it becomes a full-blown computer, while limiting itself to mouse and keyboard, the display interface changes looking more like a desktop.
In short, a true transformer that we will not see among ourselves immediately. The launch in fact planned for February within the Mobile World Congress of Barcelona.