Where to find developmet tablet

by tanerdeveci » Fri, 06 Aug 2010 21:18:52 GMT


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 Hello all,
I'm looking for a development tablet for loading my own build. I'm
developing my Launcher and Media Player and i made some modifications
on framework. I can test this works on Nexus One it is ok but how can
I test my works on tablet. Can you suggest me where (or how) can i
find development tablet. It comes with kernel source, platform
(vendor) sources and image loading procedures (tools).
I have already checked Beagleboard but it doesn't suitable for my
needs. I need a complete tablet environment.
Touch Book (https://www.alwaysinnovating.com/home/index.htm ) looks
very good.
Do you know another alternatives for my requirements.

Best regards

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