The Evolve III Maestro tablet computer was displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011. It will be launched with an Oak Trail CPU and also add MeeGo as its operating system. The buzz surrounding the tablet is that the tablet weighs only 900 grams and offers a battery backup of 8 hours on the Windows 7 operating system and 16 hours on the Android operating system.
It features a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen with a display resolution of 1024X600 pixels. The tablet has 2GB of DDR3 RAM, up to 32 GB of solid state hard disk, 3G and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, and 2 USB ports. The Evolve III Maestro is the world’s first tablet booting on Android, Windows 7 and MeeGo. This is something that has led developers to sit up and take notice. A UI drawing its strength from the two operating systems will be a user friendly device with innovations.
The Oak Trail platform is based on the system on a chip architecture for tablet computers. Intel takes pride in its idle state energy conservation and how in comparison to other platforms it is a competitive choice. Intel’s Oak Trail is marketed to rival companies using ARM based architecture and to gain a hold of the tablet market. ARM platform is currently a leader based on its low power consumption on a specific sized unit like the tablet. The Evolve III Maestro is the one of the first tablets showcasing Oak Trail and is power packed with multiple platforms and would be a much awaited release.