The iPad 2 may be promising a slimmer design and new features, but what would you say to the option of no fewer than three operating systems on your tablet? Because the Evolve Maestro III, currently running Android and Windows 7, will soon add Nokia and Intel’s offering MeeGo to the mix.
Come Q2 (or April, for non-business types) it’ll get an upgrade to a dual Core Oak Trail CPU, up from its 1.83GHz Atom N475, as well as the Nokia and Intel OS. That means improved performance, as well as an unprecedented choice of ways of working and watching your media.
The Evolve III Maestro weighs less than two pounds, gives between eight and sixteen hours battery life, and has a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1024x600. There’s 2GB RAM, up to a 32GB solid state drive, 3G and Wi-Fi.
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Evolve, via Engadget.