The success of aPad

Ron K. Jeffries rjeffries at
Fri Sep 3 10:37:21 EDT 2010

Nanonote was born (as i understand it)
using the shenzen approach. It is not
a crazy idea to look ahead to using
a similar approach to develop a tablet.

The note that was posted indicates these
devices are already pretty cheap. Anything
that run Adroid runs Linux underneath.

It is not a giant leap to think about a future
copyleft device with a 7 inch screen, useful
i/o such as USB host and OTG.

May a thousand flowers grow.
Ron K. Jeffries

On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 06:52, cristian paul peñaranda rojas
<paul at> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 03, 2010 at 07:39:18AM -0500, Andrés Calderón wrote:
>> " announced it has had two months of surprisingly
>> strong sales of a seven-inch, $140 Android tablet. The aPad Android
>> Tablet runs Android 1.6 -- with Android Market support -- on Samsung's
>> ARM11-based 667MHz S3C6410, and offers 1GB of flash, an SD slot,
>> Wi-Fi, and an 800 x 480-pixel screen, says the company."
> Okay how this fit witht the copyleft non-blobed stuff ?
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