Today, JingPad A1, the world’s first consumer-level Linux tablet launched on Indiegogo. The JingPad A1’s UNISOC Tiger T7510 processor with ARM architecture provides outstanding performance at a low energy consumption. In fact, fully charged the usage time is between 8 to 10 hours. JingPad A1 comes with both a 16-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel front camera.
The display’s resolution is 2368 x 1728 which ranges in the top 2% of the laptops in 2020. The display format of 4:3 means 20% more height compared to 16:10 screens.
Its weight is only 490g and its thickness is 6.7mm, so it can be brought anywhere without effort. JingPad A1 comes with a stylus that detects 4096 pressure levels and thus the drawing is very realistic.
The JingPad A1 runs JingOS, which is tailored to provide the user an excellent, iPad-like user experience. It features a software framework which can run Android apps virtually natively, thus, on JingPad A1 the user can execute Android and Linux Apps.
The JingPad Keyboard is a trackpad-keyboard, which can easily be attached to the tablet. The keyboard has a complete layout and the large 98.5mm x 45.0mm trackpad allows precise navigation.
JingPad Keyboard is a full-size 6 rows keyboard just for productivity, which is inspired by the Apple Magic Keyboard for iPads. It supports multi‑touch gestures just like the Apple Magic Trackpad. The JingPad Keyboard turns the JingPad A1 into a fully functional laptop. Thus the JingPad A1 can substitute both an Android tablet and a Linux laptop.
JingPad A1 comes with 8GB LPDDR4 RAM and 256GB UMCP storage. It also has an expandable memory and lets you insert a microSD card for up to 512GB of additional storage.
The Indiegogo Early Bird special for the JingPad + JingPad Pencil is $549 USD. To back the campaign please visit: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/jingpad-world-s-first-consumer-level-linux-tablet#/.
To learn more about JingPad please visit: https://en.jingos.com/jingpad-a1/.
Source: JingPad, Indiegogo