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In the official Ubuntu website I can found:

But no list of tablets!

In Ubuntu web site, I can found that there is the Hardware requirement for installing Ubuntu-Touch.
A good start, but a real list would be better, for example searching for anwsers in AskUbuntu I see that some tablet (Windows ones) can simply not run with Ubuntu "due to secure keys in order to boot up it", so I conclude that Hardware requirement is not enough.

I found a similar question opened 1 year ago. But the answers to this old question were about installing Ubuntu Desktop.
Is there anything new with Ubuntu-Touch?

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marked as duplicate by Mateo, Seth, Braiam, Kevin Bowen, guntbert Sep 6 '13 at 7:57

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It is the same OS on both phones and tablets... – Mateo Sep 5 '13 at 21:47

I found 2 tablets in this Wiki

  • Nexus 7
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  • Nexus 10 Manta
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Interesting doc that shows what "works" on the nexus's… – Mateo Sep 5 '13 at 22:21

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