How to Make My Own Tablet PC? Anyone can recommend me, what is the best possible solutions?

I would like to know the process of making my own tablet pc. I would like to make multi touch, latest ARM architecture processor and motherboard, wifi, bluetooth and all other latest features with minimum 80GB storage space and 12 hrs minimum battery backup and HD supportive. How much it will cost? where i will get latest ARM processor and motherboard? How the programming part? I would like to integrate my own embedded application in a linux OS or Android platform, can anyone support me to move forward with this project?

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Kiteman4 years ago
Step 1 - Hire the R&D department of Microsoft....
You're definitely being sarcastic.....
What, me?
If you where to build something with those specs it won't be the size of a tablet. There is a lot of engineering that goes into designing a tablet and getting everything into the smallest package possible. There are no standardized parts that you can get and put together your own tablet.

To build your own you would need to be able to design your own main board or modify one from an existing tablet. In the end you will spend way more then what it would cost you to buy one that fits your needs.
dmitritech (author)  mpilchfamily4 years ago
Thanks for your feedback. I Accept that it may cost a lot if i plan to build a single or some hundred of pieces alone, i am planning to develop an embedded software and sell that software along with tablets. for that i have my own hardware configurations / atleast a linux based tablets, thats what i am planing to develop my own tablets and the target area is educational sector. Can you support me atleast to get a better ARM architecture built processor and motherboard? rest of them we can make accordingly

What do you think?
Start with a Raspberry Pi. Learn everything you can about the platform then start adding the modules you want from there. Once you have a functioning prototype you can start designing your own circuit board to incorporate all the parts you want. Then you can find good sources for the individual components and see about making a few of your own main boards. Once all that works out for you and you have your final PCB layout you can look into going into production. Of course you'll have to engineer your own case for everything as well as many other aspects but that gets you started on the hardware side of things.
dmitritech (author)  mpilchfamily4 years ago
Thanks for your feedback. I Accept that it may cost a lot if i plan to build a single or some hundred of pieces alone, i am planning to develop an embedded software and sell that software along with tablets. for that i have my own hardware configurations / atleast a linux based tablets, thats what i am planing to develop my own tablets and the target area is educational sector. Can you support me atleast to get a better ARM architecture built processor and motherboard? rest of them we can make accordingly

What do you think?
Forget it. Buy OLPCs or their near equivalents.
frollard4 years ago
The first one will cost several dozen million dollars.

Then you have to get asia to manufacture millions of them to bring costs down...and by the time you've finished, someone else has beat you to it, with better hardware, software, and operating system - then you're left with millions of outdated tablets and out millions of dollars.

Obviously, it can be done - because it has been done -- and this market is nearly impenetrable.
dmitritech (author)  frollard4 years ago
Thanks for your feedback. I Accept that it may cost a lot if i plan to build a single or some hundred of pieces alone, i am planning to develop an embedded software and sell that software along with tablets. for that i have my own hardware configurations / atleast a linux based tablets, thats what i am planing to develop my own tablets and the target area is educational sector. Can you support me atleast to get a better ARM architecture built processor and motherboard? rest of them we can make accordingly

What do you think?
your own arm motherboard would cost an arm and a leg to develop...also.

Grab an arm dev kit and check their hardware design suggestions and see if you can interface with all the parts you need to, then design a board around that. Really, it's just rejigging the existing design so that the chip io lines up with the board layout you choose.
iceng4 years ago
You have the understanding ego of the marketing platform in this
product group niche to make it into a top management high salaried
position one day once you get your pricing development locked in with 
multidimensional component suppliers.
Though I'm not sure of the  "HD supportive"  issue you raised in
this flash age.