> Touchscreen tablets are all the rage these days, though Linux support for
> them has arguably been late in coming
In general, Windows and Linux tablet PCs have never been hugely popular. But I think that's because they've always been subpar compared to the "real thing" running on a more powerful platform. I suspect the current trend of posturing a tablet as "a more powerful version of your smartphone" rather than "a less powerful version of your laptop" is a huge reason why the iPad was finally so successful. It's good to see things like Plasma Active One being designed from a fresh perspective rather than trying to just slim down KDE and cram it into less space.