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Vivaldi nearly here

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After another long "getting the details sorted" session on the phone with our manufacturing partner this morning, it looks like I'll be able to sign the purchase order sometime next week so that the first shipments of Vivaldi tablets can be put together. Which in turn means orders will be turned on shortly thereafter.

I have some even more exciting news: they will come with 1GB of RAM rather than the previously planned 512MB. This makes a big difference in the performance when running multiple applications.

rest here




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