Vivaldi KDE Tablet Has New Hardware Specs

Bigger RAM memory and bigger internal storage are always better

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Aaron J. Seigo, one of the main KDE developers, has said that Vivaldi, the first tablet to come with KDE installed by default, has changed its configuration, for the better of course.

Aaron J. Seigo, one of the main KDE developers, has said that Vivaldi, the first tablet to come with KDE installed by default, has changed its configuration, for the better of course.

The Vivaldi tablet will now ship with 1 GB of RAM and the internal storage has been increased to 8 GB. The prices haven't been set yet, but this should change in the near future.

Purchase orders for the first production runs of devices have gone in. This is truly a "point of no return" for the project, and that is very, very satisfying to have reached. We have some of the typical right-to-the-wire engineering work to do on the software side, but then we'll be pulling all the triggers and emails will pour forth and sales will open,” said Aaron J. Seigo in the announcement.

The announced hardware configuration of Vivaldi is: 1 GHz AMLogic ARM processor, a Mali-400 GPU (Graphics processing unit), 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage plus SD card slot, Wi-Fi, and a 7" capacitive multi-touch screen.

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