"As this new year continues to push forward, it seems like Linux
is finding its way onto tablets any way it possibly can. And while
companies such as Canonical, have been pushing Unity as a great way
to embrace the Linux experience on a tablet, we now have yet
another newcomer: the Spark tablet.
KDE developer Aaron Seigo has indicated that while the Spark
tablet hardware specs may not be glamorous, the device will have
plenty of power to run Mer with the KDE Plasma Active interface.
Once the tablet has been launched, non-geeks will have access to an
add-on store from which they can install various software titles,
widgets, and so on. T
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