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My wife is going to buy me a new tablet to repay me for getting her a new laptop a while back. I want something thats going to allow me to flash linux and run natively. I would like some suggestions as to a tablet know to work well running debian, fedora, or ubuntu. The budget is around 250 dollars. I want a quad core and at least 1 gig of ram (more if possible though I know it may be out of my price range). I would like for it to be at least a 10 inch screen. I love my onda but its just to limited for what I want it to do. The tablet has to be able to be unlocked(fastboot oem unlock with adb) and go into fastboot mode.
It may a little over budget, but a second hand Google Nexus 10 could do.
It's a very nice product in term of performance, features and design. It's not exactly in your specs has it offers a fast dual core ARM Cortex A15 and 2 GB of RAM.
You can run Ubuntu for tablets on it.
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It is over budget, but thanks for trying to help me. I need something a little lower in price but it is on track of what Im looking for.
Would this be a good one ASUS Transformer Pad Tablet - Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.2GHz, 1GB DDR3, 16GB Flash Storage, 10.1 Multi-Touch Screen, Dual Webcams, Red (RB-ASTF300T-A1-RD) (Refurbished) at TigerDirect.com
I moved the existing posts to a new topic, leaving the previous topic on the fastboot open.
a quad core is a bit hard. but you can get the archos 101titanium because there is linux made for it
or you can wait for the archos 80platinum you will get a quad core 2gig ram and more
any help for the gamepad ? pm me
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