The latest Good E-Reader news has a breaking story out of France today, with a company named Realease working in conjunction with Freescale to release two different Slate PC’s that will be aesthetically customizable by the company to meet your demand.
Its 10-inch version is based on Freescale’s i.MX37 (ARM 11) processor; while another model features Freescale’s i.MX51 (ARM Cortex A8) processor. The entire Linux Operating System is, obviously, based on open source methodologies, so the tablet itself is open for interpretation, and is basically only limited to your development know-how. There is a very simple User Interface (UI) implanted on the device, which promotes HTML5-based applications.
There is a ton of great hardware features on the device such as three USB 2.0. You’ll also find Ethernet connector, a microphone port, as well as a port for headphones. There is a front facing web cam, an accelerometer and motion sensor that will turn the device on when it detects movement.
No word on pricing quite yet. Check out the below video,