Evolve III tablet – Jack of all trades.

| June 6, 2011 | 11 Replies

We’ve reported on the Evolve 3 tablet and user interface once or twice before but the company has recently put a price on their ambitious Maestro S tablet.

The specs on the Maestro S are as follows:

10.1 inch capacitive display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.

1.5 GHz Intel Oak Trail processor with 2Gb of DDR2 RAM

32GB SSD

2 USB 2.0 ports

1 HDMI port

1 Micro-SD card

1.3 MegaPixel camera

Wi-Fi B/G/N

Bluetooth 2.1

Along with the usual suite of sensors (light and accelerometers)

All of this is powered by a sizeable 4750 mAh battery. The Maestro S is expected to run Windows 7 but as a party trick also boots Android AND Maemo. All of this for an estimated AUS$799.

More information can be found at their website and a video of the tablet in action below

Via Engadget

Category: Nokia

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  • slayer

    Impressive

  • meegomad

    for everyone’s taste

  • Laborant

    Bluetooth 2.1?

    USB 2.0?

    Actual state of technics?

    *sigh*

  • wes?

    Does anyone know why they are allowed to use Maemo as an OS? Did they license it from Nokia? Have they built a special UI on top of it?

    I thought Maemo is made for ARM CPUs only. This is x86…

    • nrde

      I think “Maemo” should be “MeeGo”

      • wes?

        That’s what I am thinking as well. Seem’s they know their product very well :)

        Engadget writes MeeGo as well…

    • XtiaN8

      I believe the person on the video actually said Meego and not Maemo.

  • deep space bar

    oh elop you could have made so much money from Meego since it’s basically free

    • Rant

      And how exactly are you then supposed to make money from it? Apps?

      Don’t forget development costs, they need to be paid for as well. If profits aren’t outweighing investements it doesn’t make sense to pursue it.

      • deep space bar

        it does cause a percentage goes back to them like with everything they are selling Meego tablets and netbooks really soon with Meego installed so they are making money from it lol ….. Remember the site has the developers meego since it wasn’t fully done and now it is people will end up getting it since it’s actually affordable

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