Is there room for yet another new tablet platform? Watch this video and decide...
The iPad dominates the tablet market today, with Android tablets from Samsung and other vendors coming up fast behind. There's also Amazon's Kindle platform, which is built on a fork of Android, and Microsoft is making a huge push with Windows 8 and its Surface lineup as well.
Is there room for yet another tablet platform? Mark Shuttleworth, the CEO of Canonical, which oversees the Unbuntu Linux distribution, certainly thinks so. Watch as he takes you through what an Ubuntu tablet would look like. Would you buy one? Sound off in comments...
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