So this one is pretty interesting, a dedicated JingOS tablet (which is a tablet-optimized Linux distro), the JingPad A1: (TabletMonkeys) "11-inch AMOLED display at 2368 x 1728, with Gorilla Glass, a 4:3 aspect ratio, 4G/5G support for some countries, a keyboard with a trackpad, and a 4096 pressure level sensitive digitizer called JingPencil. The processor is an octa-core ARM-based CPU naturally, with 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, featuring an 8MP front camera and 16MP rear camera with LED flash. With a weight of 500 grams and thickness of just 6.7mm" Competitive base specs with the promise of full Linux desktop functionality with a touch-oriented UI: (JingOS) "JingOS is a full-function Linux based on Ubuntu. It can run desktop Linux apps like VS Code, Libre Office, etc. JingOS is a productive OS designed specifically for tablets." A very attractive proposition indeed...and with bonus Android app support?! "JingOS can run ARM-Based Native Android apps, in our App Store you can download the Full-screen Android and Linux apps." As a longtime TPCRer who's been let down by Windows' inability to evolve, frustrated at Android's lack of desktop productivity, yet who still rails at the locked-down nature of iOS, this could by the ray of light we've been hoping for... The best if all worlds, with the complete freedom and hackability only Linux can provide. I'm interested.