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Nokia and Intel: Best MeeGo OS 1.0 Video so far

Yesterday we showed you a video of Noka and Intel’s MeeGo platform running OS 1.0 on a netbook, but now we have an even better video to show you – highlighting MeeGo’s ability to switch content between devices.

As reported from Pocket-Lint, both companies have been showing off MeeGo’s capabilities at the Intel IDF event in Beijing.

This time, an Intel rep shows how easy it is to sync up a video running on a netbook, straight to your TV or mobile device – for simultaneous viewing. It looks pretty impressive you have to say.

While Microsoft also has this ability within their Windows Phone 7 platform, don’t forget that MeeGo is linux based, so the possibilities could be endless for both users and developers.

Watch the new video below and let us know your thoughts on it.



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