Introduction Over the last years, we have seen many Linux-powered tablets, all of which developed with different approaches to "openness". For instance, the PineTab trades performance and a somewhat conservative design for a very low selling price and full Linux support, which made its demand high to the point of
While our short holiday interrupted us for some weeks, we have become used to Pine64 launching some of the boldest mobile Linux devices ever seen. Still when, in their August update [https://www.pine64.org/2021/08/15/introducing-the-pinenote/], PINE64 announced a new device, we remained particularly surprised. The PineNote,
> This is the second part of our JingPad A1 DVT review. For the first part, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/]. After our first review [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/] of the JingPad A1 DVT (developer alpha prototype), we will focus on the usability of single apps and various categories, to
> This is the first part of our JingPad A1 DVT review. For the second part, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingpad-a1-linux-tablet-review-part-2/]. This is an interesting year for the mobile Linux world. There is a new trend of companies starting to target the consumer market with Linux devices, alongside the usual
Attempts to run Linux distributions on e-readers like the Amazon Kindle and Rakuten Kobo series date to many years ago, when hackers initially discovered the surprising flexibility of these devices, which are usually based on mostly open hardware and lack the advanced bootloader locks found in most phones. However, proprietary
> Update 08/2021: We wrote an in-depth review of the first prototype of this Linux tablet. For our JingPad A1 DVT review, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/]. One of the projects that we often followed on our Twitter throughout the last months was Jingling's upcoming tablet and desktop environment.
> Update 08/2021: We wrote an in-depth review of the first prototype of this Linux tablet. For our JingPad A1 DVT review, click here [https://tuxphones.com/jingos-linux-tablet-review-part-1/]. Some months after the initial announcement, the first JingOS device has been officially announced. The device has been announced as a "consumer