Are you bored of using a Tablet booting only with any of Android, Windows or any other? Then here is an interesting and Powerful Tablet which boots either of Windows 7, Android, and MeeGo. Normally it runs on Windows 7, Namely Evolve III Maestro.
The tablet features single-core Intel Atom , 10-inch capacitive screen with 1024×600 pixels of resolution, 32 or 64GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM. Weighs 835 grams, carrying it around shouldn’t be that much of a problem.Interestingly the Tablet is said to last for 16 hours in Android mode
The real show-stopper though, is coming in the second quarter, around April, right after Intel releases its dual-core Oak Trail mobile chipset. Then the Evolve III Maestro will be adding MeeGo to the list of available operating systems on the tablet, making for the ultimate trinity of OS choices, battery life and productivity. Oak Trail is supposed to last a Windows 7 tablet around eight hours. Company reps had an early demo of the triple-booting device, and said it lasted six hours running an intensive Flash-based demo, so eight hours should be totally achievable. Moreover, when you boot Android, they’ve been getting 16-20 hours on a single charge, which is downright impressive.
The Oak Trail version is the one we are looking forward to, it should cost $100 more than the current single-core edition, and is even thinner. The only downside for us is the lack of an HDMI port, but a few accessories will be available at launch, including a dock with HDMI and additional USB ports, as well as a clamshell type keyboard.
The Australian based company is expected to ship the Tablet in Spring 2011 and no further information on the availability in other countries.