Everything you need from a PC — in a tablet

Two Ubuntu tablets

Enjoy all the power of a PC on your tablet — at home, at work or on the move.

  • Connect a wireless mouse and a keyboard to enter PC mode
  • Use two apps simultaneously with the Side Stage
  • Use all the PC apps you need: email, the web and office apps
Ubuntu tablet with Bluetooth keyboard and mouse

Use your tablet as a PC

Today’s tablets are as powerful as ultra-light laptops, which means they are now capable of convergence. They can be connected to a keyboard, mouse and monitor — and used as a full PC.

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The amazing BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition

Two Ubuntu tablets

The world’s first Ubuntu Tablet is available to buy, direct from the manufacturer, BQ.

  • 10.1 inch display
  • 16GB internal memory plus MicroSD slot
  • Full HD video camera
  • 2GB RAM

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A selection of Ubuntu apps

Develop once for multiple form factors

A selection of Ubuntu apps

With Ubuntu, developers can use the SDK toolkit to write a single native app that runs on Ubuntu phone, tablet and PC. Developers have a choice of programming languages and tools to use that spans native QML and HTML5, plus comprehensive API support for Cordova and JavaScript application frameworks.

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Perfect for partners

Ubuntu enables hardware makers to create tablets of all kinds, including enterprise-grade convergent devices that can eliminate the need for conventional PCs in the workplace. Build anything from low-cost consumer electronics to enterprise-grade convergence devices for the office — and Ubuntu makes a great platform for ruggedised, industrial and military hardware.

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Backed by Canonical

Canonical is the global software vendor that provides commercial, design and engineering support to the Ubuntu project. Today, our hardware enablement team supports the pre-installation of Ubuntu on more than 10% of all new PCs shipped, worldwide.

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