Everything you need from a PC — in a tablet

Two Ubuntu tablets

Enjoy all the power of a PC on your tablet — at home, at work or on the move.

  • Connect a wireless mouse and a keyboard to enter PC mode
  • Use two apps simultaneously with the Side Stage
  • Use all the PC apps you need: email, the web and office apps
Ubuntu tablet with Bluetooth keyboard and mouse

Use your tablet as a PC

Today’s tablets are as powerful as ultra-light laptops, which means they are now capable of convergence. They can be connected to a keyboard, mouse and monitor — and used as a full PC.

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Coming soon on the amazing BQ Aquaris M10

Two Ubuntu tablets

The world’s first Ubuntu Tablet is soon to be available for sale all over Europe, direct from the manufacturer, BQ.

  • 10.1 inch display
  • 16GB internal memory plus MicroSD slot
  • Full HD video camera
  • 2GB RAM

Register your interest

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A selection of Ubuntu apps

Develop once for multiple form factors

A selection of Ubuntu apps

With Ubuntu, developers can use the SDK toolkit to write a single native app that runs on Ubuntu phone, tablet and PC. Developers have a choice of programming languages and tools to use that spans native QML and HTML5, plus comprehensive API support for Cordova and JavaScript application frameworks.

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Perfect for partners

Ubuntu enables hardware makers to create tablets of all kinds, including enterprise-grade convergent devices that can eliminate the need for conventional PCs in the workplace. Build anything from low-cost consumer electronics to enterprise-grade convergence devices for the office — and Ubuntu makes a great platform for ruggedised, industrial and military hardware.

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Backed by Canonical

Canonical is the global software vendor that provides commercial, design and engineering support to the Ubuntu project. Today, our hardware enablement team supports the pre-installation of Ubuntu on more than 10% of all new PCs shipped, worldwide.

Learn more about how we support Ubuntu ›