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authorTails developers <amnesia@boum.org>2015-02-15 12:08:04 +0000
committerTails developers <amnesia@boum.org>2015-02-15 12:08:04 +0000
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@@ -23,11 +23,19 @@ old Macs.
Potential hardware
==================
-All of the following tablets are based on the Intel Bay Trail platform with 32-bit UEFI firmware and ship with Windows 8.1 except where noted. LCD resolutions are generally 1,280x800 pixels, except where noted.
+All of the following tablets are based on the Intel Bay Trail platform
+with 32-bit UEFI firmware and ship with Windows 8.1 except where
+noted. LCD resolutions are generally 1,280x800 pixels, except
+where noted.
-They should all be able to run GNU/Linux from USB with the right boot code, but device drivers are sometimes a problem.
+They should all be able to run GNU/Linux from USB with the right boot
+code, but device drivers are sometimes a problem.
-There are significant variations in specific firmware features among these devices. For example, it's unclear if all of these models can cold-boot from USB, or if some may need to start Windows and then use the "boot from USB" feature. Most have Secure Boot enabled by default, but this feature can usually be disabled.
+There are significant variations in specific firmware features among
+these devices. For example, it's unclear if all of these models can
+cold-boot from USB, or if some may need to start Windows and then use
+the "boot from USB" feature. Most have Secure Boot enabled by default,
+but this feature can usually be disabled.
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@@ -38,7 +46,8 @@ There are significant variations in specific firmware features among these devic
* Asus T100
- $290
- 2 GB RAM, 10", hybrid
- - hardware support on Linux was not entirely awful a year ago, but requires proprietary firmware; not sure where things are at now
+ - hardware support on Linux was not entirely awful a year ago, but
+ requires proprietary firmware; not sure where things are at now
* Asus T100TA
- $300
@@ -64,7 +73,8 @@ There are significant variations in specific firmware features among these devic
* HP Stream 7:
- $100
- 1 GB RAM/16 GB flash, 7"
- - hardware support on Linux seems not entirely awful, but requires a few out-of-tree drivers:
+ - hardware support on Linux seems not entirely awful, but requires
+ a few out-of-tree drivers:
<https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2261294>
* HP Stream 8:
@@ -83,7 +93,8 @@ There are significant variations in specific firmware features among these devic
- 10" LCD models also available
* Toshiba Encore 2 Write
- - Includes Wacom Feel pen/touch digitizer, which is unusual among low-cost x86 tablets
+ - Includes Wacom Feel pen/touch digitizer, which is unusual among
+ low-cost x86 tablets
- 8-inch version retails for $350
- 10.1-inch model priced at $400