Re: GNOME now

Theres the forthcoming "PengPod" ( I'm not 100% sure
that its entirely free, but it sounds as though it may be.

On Sun, Dec 2, 2012 at 7:02 PM, Richard Stallman <rms gnu org> wrote:
>     > This is especially true given that there is NO tablet that can run a
>     > completely free operating system.  Only desktop and laptop machines
>     This is not quite true. The options are very limited and in some cases
>     you cannot use all the hardware (often the 3D acceleration) but there are
>     a few such devices which are as free as a PC
> Can you tell me more?  I will ask people to check them out; I will be
> glad if there are things people could manage to use in freedom
> somehow, even if we can't endorse them because some functionality
> doesn't work.
>     Some of the Atom N450/5 type PC tablet devices also support free 3D
>     graphics, although battery life is generally very poor on this generation
>     of hardware compared with the recent stuff.
> Could you tell me any specific models?
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