TabletList

Devices

OMAP 3

Device Name

Factory OS

System on chip

RAM

Display size

Resolution

Aspect ratio

Bootloader unlocked

Worth try to support

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Android 2.2

Cortex A8 1GHz (Samsung)

768 MB

10"

1024x768

16:9

Yes

Not so much

Archos 10.1 it

Android 2.2

Cortex A8 1GHz

256MB

10.1"

Yes

Already supported

Archos 70 it

Android 2.2

Cortex A8 1GHz

256MB

Yes

???

Viewsonic Viewpad 7

Android 2.1

ARM11

???

???

???

Nook Color

Android 2.2

Cortex A8 800MHz, can be successfully overclocked to 1.2Ghz

512MB

7"

1024x600

?

Barnes&Noble website Bootloader source

Absolutely. B&N has been very supportive of hacking the Nook Color. Chipset includes WiFi B/G/N, Open GLES1.1/2.0 HW Scaling: 854x480 scaled to 1024x600, Bluetooth works if activated. CyanogenMod turns it on. Huge user community already running Ubuntu/Debian/Lubuntu in chroot on Nook Color

Kogan Agora 7

Android 2.3

Cortex A8 1GHz (Samsung)

512MB

?

?

?

Apparently not unlockable

?

OMAP 4

In terms of performance on tablet OMAP 4 is generally more attractive as it features dual cores.

Device Name

Factory OS

System on chip

RAM

Display size

Resolution

Aspect ratio

Bootloader unlocked

Worth try to support

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook

BlackBerry Tablet OS

Cortex A9 1GHz(x2)

1GB

7"

1024x600

16:9

No, and Signed!

No

HP TouchPad

WebOS 3

Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-CPU APQ8060 1.2GHz

1GB

9.7"

1024x768

4:3

Stock bootloader replaceable with moboot

Yes

HTC Flyer

Android 2.3

1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon

1GB

7"

1024x600

16:9

No but unlock is available from HTC

Yes

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

Android 4.0.3

1GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon

1GB

7"

1024x600

16:9

?

Yes

Tegra 2

Problems with Tegra2: various important bits such as power management, sound and GL are provided by a user space daemon. This daemon only works with the kernel and X11 it was compiled against. Meaning unless Nvidia provides us with builds, there is no way of ever sensibly supporting this.

Device Name

Factory OS

System on chip

RAM

Display size

Resolution

Aspect ratio

Bootloader unlocked

Worth try to support

Motorola Xoom

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

10,1"

1280x800

16:9

Yes

No

Acer Iconia Tab A500

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

?

?

?

?

No

Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

10,1"

1280x800

16:9

Probably, but if not, then it's unlockable

No

Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101G

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

10,1"

1280x800

16:9

No

No

Viewsonic Viewpad gTablet

Android 2.2

Nvidia Tegra 2

512MB

?

?

?

???

No

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

10,1"

?

16:9

Yes

No

LG G-Slate

Android 3

Nvidia Tegra 2

1GB

8,9"

1280x768

15:9

Yes

No :'(

Tegra 3

Device Name

Factory OS

System on chip

RAM

Display size

Resolution

Aspect ratio

Bootloader unlocked

Worth try to support

Google Nexus 7

Android 4.2

Nvidia Tegra 3

1GB

7"

1280x800

16:10

Yes

Yes

x86

Device Name

Factory OS

System on chip

RAM

Display size

Resolution

Aspect ratio

Bootloader unlocked

Worth try to support

WeTab (hw manufactured by PegaTron a division of ASUS)

WeTab OS (Meego based)

Intel Pine Trail N450 1.66GHz

1GB RAM, 16 or 32GB mini pcie SSD, upto 32GB SDHC, 2 USB, Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n

11.6"

1366 x 768

?

?

How-to install Multi-Boot on WeTab or ExoPC (same exact hw) is found on Intel's AppUp website. Includes instructions on multiboot of Win7, Ubuntu, Meego -or- WeTabOS, Meego, Ubuntu. See Creating a Multi-Boot EXOPC -or- WeTab Tablet

ExoPC (hw manufactured by PegaTron a division of ASUS)

ExoPC Win7 OS default

Intel Pine Trail N450 1.66GHz

2GB RAM, 32 or 64GB mini pcie SSD, upto 32GB SDHC, 2 USB, Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n

11.6"

1366 x 768

?

?

How-to install Multi-Boot on ExoPC or WeTab (same exact hw) is found on Intel's AppUp website. Includes instructions on multiboot of Win7, Ubuntu, Meego -or- WeTabOS, Meego, Ubuntu. See Creating a Multi-Boot EXOPC -or- WeTab Tablet

ViewSonic Viewpad 10

Android 2.2/Win

Intel Pine Trail N455 1.66GHz

2GB

10.1"

1024x600

16:9

?

?

ARM/TabletList (last edited 2013-04-09 00:48:48 by wright-matt-a)