The BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is the worlds first Ubuntu tablet and the first Ubuntu convergence device.
With such pedigree all eyes will firmly be on it. Good job it looks the part.
Here’s a “hero” shot of the M10 tablet running Ubuntu, with the music app (left) and login screen (right) shown.
Despite the blocky look from the front the M10 is actually a super-svelte 8mm thick.
And in case you don’t believe us, take a look at the side view:
It also weighs just 470grams which makes it lighter than the iPad Air!
BQ squeeze a huge number pixels in to the 10.1-inch IPS display of the M10 — 291 pixels-per-inch, in fact. It has 170-degree viewing angles, and sports a full-HD resolution.
Combined, the M10 promises to deliver a rich, highly detailed picture quality, standout movie playback (boosted by the inclusion of front-facing Dolby Atmos speakers) and super-sharp image editing.
Convergence is, of course, a big lure of this device. With nothing fancier than a bluetooth mouse and keyboard you can use the M10 tablet like a netbook.
Need more room to work on that LibreOffice document? One HDMI cable later…