Figure 1: My tiny, tiny, tiny homemade tablet with NetBSD running on it.
I’ve managed to run NetBSD on my Pi2 and Odroid C1 SoC/SBC computers. Next on the wish list is the XU4 or N2, whichever comes first. There is speculation about which SoC will be used in the new version, but no-matter-what it seems sure to be a more widely adopted platform than before, which would make a NetBSD port much simpler. Time will tell …
So how small is my little DIY tablet? It’s spoon sized :
Figure 2: Spoon sized tablet. Click to enlarge.
It’s not well known that the top of an old Maytag washing machine makes for a pretty good photo studio in a pinch. It also does service as a soldering station, schematic blueprint reading area, and homemade tablet assembly platform. Hundreds of photos are the proof!
Note that NetBSD is a trademark of the NetBSD foundation, and this author and site have no affiliation with them, other than we use NetBSD.