JingPad A1 Linux Tablet with 11-Inch AMOLED Display

JingPad A1 Linux tablet is designed to bring you both Linux desktop apps and Android apps with its 11-inch all-screen AMOLED display. Let’s keep checking if you want to learn more about it.JingPad A1 Linux Tablet with 11-Inch AMOLED Display

The JingPad A1 is the world’s first consumer-level Linux tablet that measures 243.5 x 178 x 6.7mm and weighs 490g. With the ultra thin and lightweight design, you can effortlessly take it with you anywhere. Meanwhile, the all-screen design not only brings you an almost 90% screen-to-body ratio, but also complements to the premium modern design.

The Linux tablet runs JingOS, a Linux-based mobile OS that can run both Linux desktop apps and Android apps. Furthermore, the tablet is powered by Unisoc Tiger T7510, a 12nm octa-core chipset with 4x Cortex-A75 cores clocked at 2.0GHz and 4x Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8GHz. Furthermore, it comes with 8GB LPDDR4 RAM and 256GB UMCP storage, and a built-in microSD card slot allows for up to 512GB of additional storage.JingPad A1 Linux Tablet with 11-Inch AMOLED Display

The 11-inch AMOLED display features 2368×1768 resolution, 256 PPI, and 350nit of brightness, and with NTSC 109% wide color gamut and true color technology, it’s great for professional creative work. Moreover, the Linux tablet also comes equipped with 16MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C port with OTG, and 8000mAh rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of web surfing.

In addition, an optional JingPad keyboard with trackpad gives you a full laptop experience, while an optional JingPad Pencil features 4096 pressure levels for drawing and jotting.

The crowdfunding campaign for JingPad A1 is ongoing on Indiegogo. We can pledge $699 to preorder the Linux tablet with the pencil and keyboard. The kit will be shipped in September 2021.

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