The folks who brought us the PengPod line of 7 and 10 inch tablets which can run Android, Ubuntu, or other Linux-based operating systems are back, and this time they want to offer an iPad-sized tablet with a high-resolution display and a quad-core processor.
While there’s already a working prototype, the PengPod1040 will only go into production if the team can raise at least $349 in pre-orders through an Indiegogo campaign. You’ll be able to reserve a tablet for a pledge of $249 (or $220 if you’re one of the first 100 people to claim an early bird special). But if the campaign doesn’t reach its goal no money will be charged.
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