If you follow Linux news enthusiastically you might have come across a new name recently JingOS.
It is a new Linux distribution designed for touch devices. It can also be used as a regular desktop operating system on non-touch devices.
JingOS is not the primary product for Beijing based JingLing tech. They have created this OS for their flagship product JingPad an ARM-based Linux tablet. .
This review focuses on two aspects.
So that you know.
People at Jing sent me the JingPad for free to review the device. I can keep the device forever. However this does not mean that review is biased in their favor to show only the positives. I am sharing my experience with the device and its operating system.
To be frank with you I was expecting a mediocre generic tablet preinstalled with a Linux OS. I was wrong.
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