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    Default Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    If anyone is intersted in buying one, you'll save some money if you contribute to the goal today (July 22):
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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    needing to donate a minimum amount, basically a upfront cost, and production will probably lag behind so far, I think they should've stuck to perfecting their OS first
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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kris Simundson View Post
    needing to donate a minimum amount, basically a upfront cost, and production will probably lag behind so far, I think they should've stuck to perfecting their OS first
    I don't know. Canonical has been pulling strings on this for some time now. I think it will work great if they get the funding. It'd sure be nice to have Ubuntu Phone as a market offering.
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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    I have committed 600 dollars, here is hoping they make their goal
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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    I am very tempted to drop the $600. If the next semester was not right around the corner I would be spending the money in a heart beat.

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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    I dropped 600 bones on it. Hopefully it gets funded, it looks pretty nice. I've used the Ubuntu Touch preview on my Nexus 4, and it certainly has a lot of potential once they get all the features added in.
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    Default Re: Ubuntu Edge looks awesome! Anyone buy one?

    So will it run droid apps on the ubuntu mobile OS and desktop OS? I would assume booting into android would be the only way to use android apps. If all android apps worked with ubuntu, there would be no reason to dual boot and waste the 6+gb of drive space on a droid OS.

    The OS looks nice, but they always do in the paid infomercials.

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