Up to this point, the best I’ve seen with Linux running on a tablet is the Ubuntu install running on Nexus 7. But the “Ubuntu Nexus 7″ tablet was designed solely for experimental purposes – basically so developers can find a way to effectively run Linux on a tablet. But that problem may have been solved by Bodhi Linux developer Jeff Hoogland who’s built a tool that allows you to install Bodhi on the Nexus 7. The cool thing is that the Bodhi Linux tablet is actually designed to have a touch friendly UI for tablets. Of course, the Bodhi Nexus 7 is still under development and there are some glitches. But still, we finally have a Linux tablet that’s actually designed with a tablet user interface.
Here’s the Bodhi Linux Nexus 7 tablet video: