MeeGo new UX

The folks over at attended IDF Beijing 2011 and managed to catch some MeeGo tablets on display, and spotted a MeeGo tablet with an interesting user experience (UX) layer. They recorded some video footage of it in action and it looks pretty sweet. The tablet itself is not too bad itself, with a 1.5GHz Z670 Oaktrail processor, 1GB of RAM, a 10.1″ display and a thickness of only 10mm. Other features include an accelerometer lock, volume controls, physical camera button, headset, mini USB port, micro SD card slot, SIM card slot, WiFi on/off switch, docking station port and stereo speakers. No word on who will be selling these tablets or when they’ll hit the market, but it looks like MeeGo tablets could be a viable alternative to an Android, iOS, Windows, QNX or webOS tablet. We’ll just have to see what developer support is like when the tablets go on sale. Hit the break to watch a video of the new MeeGo UX:

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