If there’s ever been a niche device, it’s a tablet running Ubuntu. The BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is the first slate to run the Linux operating system. It also doubles as a desktop device when it’s plugged into a monitor or used with a mouse and keyboard. Unfortunately, this $312 tablet lacks the horsepower to multitask well, which is frustrating enough that even Ubuntu diehards will want to consider an alternative device that runs iOS, Android or Windows.
The BQ Aquaris M10 looks pretty boring, even for a tablet. The all-black slate has a matte-plastic back with BQ’s logo and a rear camera.
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