Previously, Jingling released the Jingos system, which is the world’s first ARM-based Linux designed for tablets. We learned that now its official website shows that it has released the world’s first consumer Linux tablet computer JingPad A1, supporting 2K + display, 5G/4G network and removable keyboard and trackpad, equipped with a stylus, carrying JingOS.
The following is the basic configuration content of Jingpad A1:
11 inch, 4:3, 2K+ screen
6 gigabytes of memory and 128 gigabytes of storage
ARM based 8-core CPU processor
16 megapixel rear camera and 8 megapixel front camera
Made of high quality materials
8000 mah battery
In the design, JINGPAD A1 takes the back glass as an example, using Corning Gorilla glass, which represents a standard of excellence.
The JingPad A1 brings the first 11-inch AMOLED 266PPI screen to the Linux world, with 2368×1728 physical pixels. Large screen has nearly 90% of the proportion of ultra-high screen. NTSC 109% wide color gamut and true color technology make the screen more beautiful.
The 4:3 screen format is designed to accommodate certain types of use, such as reading books and magazines, browsing the Web, and using productivity applications. When you use a productivity application like a word processor or presentation program, the 4:3 screen will be better no matter which direction you use.
JingPad A1 is equipped with 5G/4G chips. The ultimate 5G mobile workstation comes to the Linux world. Not every country and region supports 5G/4G, officials said. Carrier support reports will be released by June 2021.
With the JingPad keyboard paired with the perfect trackpad, it’s easy to transform the JingPad A1 from a tablet to a Linux laptop. Jingpad Keyboard was inspired by Apple iPad Magic Keyboard. It’s a full-size 6-line keyboard, made for productivity only.
Jingpad also made the first level 4096 pressure stylus for the Linux world, called the Jingpad Pencil. With Jingpad Pencil, you can draw your ideas and sign your documents anytime and anywhere.
With Jingos support, you can run Android apps on JingPad. You can use Netflix, Disney+, YouTube to watch movies, play Pubg, etc. Listen to your favorite music on Spotify or YouTube Music.
With JingOS support, you can run Linux application on JingPad. When the keyboard is plugged in, you can have the best experience running Linux desktop applications such as WPS Office, Terminal, VS Code, Telegram, etc.
With JingPad, developers can now code anytime, anywhere.
Because JingPad is an arm-based device, not all development tools can be perfectly supported.
Jingpad has a thickness of 6.7mm and weighs less than 500g. With a large 8,000mAh battery, it can last up to 10 hours, giving you a full day of use.