Linux tablet suggestions

From: Unkmar 
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I'm asking Santa for a tablet for Christmas.  I know he will lighten my
wallet in exchange.
I've looked at the PengPod. http://www.pengpod.com/
It fits a tight budget for someone that wants to get started with a Linux
tablet.  I want so more: RAM, SSD, A docking keyboard and touchpad.  The
1040 does look reasonable. I like the dual Cameras. And currently their
store is down.

There is the Python S3.
http://www.ekoore.com/web/en/product/tablet-2/python-s3-2/overview-14.html
I'm not a Windows fan, yet the triple boot does appeal to me. I like the
docking station. USB, Wired NIC, keyboard, touchpad.

The other suggestion has been a Surface Pro and install Linux. It appears
that will leave Android out of the equation.  I guess I could live with
that.  I haven't checked the specs on them yet.

Any others want to weigh in on some Linux Tablets of today?

Lucius L. Hilley III - unkmar

=============================================================== From: Eric Wolf ------------------------------------------------------ The PengPod store is b0rk3d... too bad... Ekoore looks pretty cool but by the time you add their keyboard and decent RAM, it's almost 1000Euros. Their Android Double-DIN car PC looks nice too. But I can buy another Nexus5 and a dash mount for less. Maybe put Ubuntu on a Nexus 7? http://www.networkworld.com/community/blog/review-ubuntu-touch-nexus-7-almost-awesome -Eric -=--=---=----=----=---=--=-=--=---=----=---=--=-=- Eric B. Wolf 720-334-7734