The First MeeGo Tablet Has Just Made A Pretty Impressive Appearance

At Intel’s Computex, the first MeeGo running tablet has just made an appearance and it promises to thrill. The 10-inch Moorestown Quanta Redvale tablet is still running on pre-alpha software and will not be making it to store till 2011, but even in its current iteration it is quite a powerhouse.

MeeGo Tablet

It is poered by the 1.5GHz Moorestown chip and as you can see from this video it is pretty snappy and has no problems playing a 720p HD clip. While the tablet version of MeeGo is based on the netbook version, the UI is very diffirent. There are two modes, a simple icon based page and a much more advanced panel based design where your webpages, Facebook feeds, apps etc reside as live panels.

Engadget has a ton of hands on pictures and a video, jump over to check it out.

Forget the MeeGo Nokia phone for a minute, I’d like to see them announce a MeeGo tablet come Nokia World. Apple has created a market for tablets, its upto Nokia to cash on.

5 thoughts on “The First MeeGo Tablet Has Just Made A Pretty Impressive Appearance”

  1. Sure. Honestly a tablet the size of a phone but without the ability to make calls was not the best way to make a tablet, they learn that with the N900.

    Apple today has created market for the large screen tablet, I want it for times when I’d like to watch a movie in bed, or browse the web and not necessarily for the apps, yet for an amazing browser. I would also like to install *anything* I want. I’m sure there are thousands who want exactly that and therefore the iPad might not be *the* device for them.

    This is the market Nokia could go after, and convert a few other users along the way.

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