On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 2:22 PM, Niels de Vos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm looking for advise on some tablets that are likely able to run
Fedora ARM. There seems to be some some interest in making a Fedora
ARM for Tablets installation/rootfs. Any ideas on which devices are
suitable would be much appreciated.
It would be nice if the drivers are all provided upstream, if not,
that should not be a huge issue either, as long as the drivers a are
open source. Hardware modifications (even breaking and bricking) in
order to attach debuggers seem to trigger interest as well ;-)
I guess that OMAP tablets will be usable, but what models can be advised?
Many thanks to anyone with advise or ideas! Cheers,
Personally I'm awaiting the Archos G9 devices  to hit (September I think) as they have dual core Omap chips but also have the following useful bits:
- Option of a HDD
- Proper A usb2 port
- Mini HDMI port (so no need for an expensive dock)
And they look to be a reasonable price.
The Toshiba Thrive looks to be of similar specs/prices but with a NV Tegra 2 chip.