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Ubuntu Linux Tablets From ZaReason, System76?

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Ubuntu 13.04 debuted in April. And Ubuntu 13.10 (code-named Saucy Salamander) is expected in October 2013. Canonical's long-term vision (starting with Ubuntu 14.04) is a single code base for smart phones, tablets and PCs. The big question mark: When will Ubuntu PC makers like System76 and ZaReason jump into the Linux tablet market? The question has multiple answers.

Both System76 and ZaReason are well-known within Ubuntu PC circles. And they seem to have tablets on their minds, too.

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