These are the 10 most important accessories for our BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition


We have been on the market for a few hours the first converged tablet of Ubuntu Phone And although the device is a breakthrough and a free alternative for those teams like Surface Pro 4 or iPad Pro, the truth is that without accessories this new quality of the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition can be of little use to us.
The accessories will allow us to enjoy our BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition as if it were a computer and also allow us to take the device anywhere without making tedious configurations or carrying large devices such as huge monitors. So we have configured a list of devices and accessories that are important to our BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition And it would not be bad to have if we really want to put the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition to great use.

10 Most Important Accessories for the Convergence of the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition

The first of these accessories is a bluetooth keyboard. He Logitech K480. This keyboard from the famous Logitech accessory brand is bluetooth and suitable for any tablet, which allows us not only to be able to use it with our BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition but also to be able to use it with other devices such as mobiles or other tablets. It also has a slit that works as a support for the tablet. It weighs 820 grams and requires external batteries to function, although this model has an on / off button.

The next accessory is a mouse, the mouse Logitech M185 Wireless, a wireless mouse, small and compact that will be a great tool for those who do not finish adapting to touch screens. The Logitech M185 Wireless represents a great complement if we take the Logitech keyboard, but in this case the use of a mouse may not be as necessary as the keyboard.

Unlike other devices, the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition has the peculiarity of be able to connect to a monitor or television and show on the monitor what is being done on the screen, as if it were a normal Ubuntu. In case of using this function we will need a microhdmi to hdmi cable, an important cable that we can find in any online store.

If we really do not have a lot of money, a good option is to bet on a cover with a built-in keyboard, this option is a little higher than if we buy a normal cover, but it will be cheaper than buying the keyboard and the cover separately. On this occasion we recommend the IVSO KeyBook, a cover with a built-in keyboard which works well with tablets like BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition.

The bluetooth keyboard can be exchanged for a practical keyboard cover

If really, after using the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition we see that we need or have to use the device very frequently as a tablet, we will need a usb port amplifier. The company Approx has a great device that for little money allows us to increase the number of usb ports of the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet.

With this new BQ tablet we won't need a power charger, but if we go on a trip, something normal for many who will acquire the new BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, they will need a travel charger, a charger that connects to the car cigarette lighter, in many online stores we can buy any for a very low price and good quality, although BQ also offers its own.

If really BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is not your first tablet, you will know that a sturdy case and screen protector are very important. In these cases we recommend using the BQ screen protector, a great protector adapted to the screen of the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition and as for the case, we can choose the official cover or by anyone we find in the market like the IVSO case.

Finally, the last interesting and important accessory to get the best BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition experience is a lectern, a support that allows us to use the tablet as a document reader or simply as if it were an all-in-one computer screen. . In the market there are many stands for tablets between 9 and 10 inches, in this case we could perfectly opt for Moko's lectern, a lectern that is compatible with smartphones, so in addition to using it with our tablet, we can also use it with our smartphone. And continuing this same line, we can also choose to acquire some bluetooth speakers, wireless speakers that can be combined with our BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition to obtain an exceptional sound, almost as if it were a desktop computer. In this case we can choose Staruss speakers, wireless speakers that are quite manageable and work well with BQ devices.


These ten accessories are interesting and important to have if you want to use the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet as a convergent device, otherwise many of these accessories would not be important, but they are still interesting to use on a tablet.

I personally believe that all are a great option to have with the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition or with any other tablet. Now, how we say, not all pockets can support it and it will be necessary to assess which accessories matter more and which are optional such as the wireless mouse What do you think?

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  1.   Gut said

    I'm from Argentina and there isn't here! That gave birth to him! Long live Free Software!

  2.   Antonio Pardo said

    Have you tried that keyboard? I just tried a K380 (it is the same except for the slot to put devices) and anything comes out when you type. The phone (a Blackberry Z10) recognizes the keys pressed perfectly. That happens with all possible combinations of tablet settings in the external keyboard options. Is it tablet problem? That the software is not the latest version of Ubuntu? (It is 15.04, despite an initial update of 600 Mb or so). Can it be updated to 16.04?