MeeGo: First video shows OS 1.0 running on netbook

By Alan Ng - Apr 15, 2010

For all those of you who are all interested in seeing what Nokia and Intel come up with in relation to their MeeGo platform, we have what looks to be the first video of version 1.0 OS running on a netbook to show you.

As reported from NokNok, Intel has given lucky attendees in Beijing a sneak peek at their upcoming MeeGo OS, which if you didn’t know by now, is the merge of Maemo 5 (Nokia N900) and Intel’s Moblin platforms.

As the video shows quite clearly, MeeGo is linux based and is able to operate on netbooks, as well as smartphones and tablets. We get a decent look at the interface and a 3D golf game, although 1.0 is currently still in testing stages.

Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on it. Do you like the interface, or do you still prefer Maemo 5 at the moment?

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Also See: Nokia and Intel: Best MeeGo OS 1.0 Video so far

  • just some dude

    Chrome OS will kill the Meego, not to mention the Pad.