Juno Computers has released the Juno tablet for Linux enthusiasts. Offered with Manjaro-based Mobian, Plasma Mobile or Phosh, the Juno Tablet is powered by an Intel Celeron N5100, last year’s Jasper Lake processor, with a 6W TDP and four CPU cores that can be boosted up to 2.8GHz when needed. For reference, the Intel Celeron N5100 also includes an Intel UHD Graphics iGPU with 24 performance units (EU).
Additionally, the Juno Tablet features 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM clocked at 2,144MHz and 256GB to 1TB of storage. Meanwhile, these components are powered by a 3,200 mAh battery that supports 36W fast charging via the tablet’s USB 3.1 Type-C port. Incidentally, the Juno Tablet has 3.5mm audio, mini HDMI, microSD card and USB 3.0 Type-A ports, as well as 1W stereo speakers and two cameras. Unfortunately, neither the speakers nor the 2MP webcam or the 5MP main camera work on the Linux distribution.
In addition, the Juno Tablet has a 10.1-inch IPS display that runs at 1920 x 1200 pixels in a 16:10 aspect ratio and supports 1024 pressure levels for pen input. The Juno Tablet starts at £449 inc VAT, with its Active Pen an extra £20. Alternatively, the tablet costs £478 with 512GB of storage and £506.20 for the 1TB variant. Juno Computers currently says that people should allow 2-4 business weeks for Juno Tablet pre-orders to ship. You can find more information about the Juno Tablet on the manufacturer’s website.
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