Canonical brings Ubuntu on Nexus 7!

ubuntu on nexus 7The first big news this week was the release of Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, but what I'm about to give you now, will make you jump out of his chair with happiness: Canonical has successfully Ubuntu tablet Google Nexus 7.
During the announcement of Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail, Mark Shuttleworth has encouraged participants to the next Ubuntu Developer Summit in Copenhagen to bring the Nexus 7 because there will be a nice surprise. Many had assumed that perhaps Mark wanted to show a port of Ubuntu on Nexus 7 Google but now came the official confirmation.
Victor Palau, Commercial Engineering Director at Canonical, has uploaded a video demonstration of Ubuntu on Nexus 7. As you may already know, the tablet was manufactured by Asus and has a display of 7.81 inches and is based on a processor NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC quad-core Cortex-A9 and has available 8 or 16 GB of flash memory (depending on the model ) and 1GB of RAM. Below is the video of Ubuntu (of course with Unity) running on the Nexus 7. Of course, new information trapeleranno after UDS in Denmark later this month, but in the meantime enjoy this fabulous preview:


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