The images available today are: Intel Atom-based netbooks, ARM-based Nokia N900, and Intel Atom-based handset (Moorestown). These images can be downloaded from http://meego.com/downloads
“..these images will boot into terminal.”
A wise man waits a week or two before flashing.. just a tip
This is worth reading for the Nokia N900 user http://meego.com/community/blogs/valhalla/2010/towards-day-one
Valtteri Halla – Nokia member of the Technical Steering Group (TSG) of MeeGo address some of the top questions on everybody’s mind.
“I guess this is something that finally will signify the real “Day One” of MeeGo project, a genuine merger of moblin and maemo. What is scheduled to be available then is the first and very raw baseline to a source and binary repository to build MeeGo trunk on Intel ATOM boards and Nokia N900“
Short rundown: Very responsive screen touchwise. With Windows 7 you can pretty much use it without the keyboard for almost any operation. Browsing is easy with zoom and a swipe gesture to navigate forward and backwards. Not as sturdy as the Fujitsu T5010. But as a hardcore Tablet PC user – the touch screen brings what tablets have been lacking before. For browsing, checking your mail, manage files, e-reading etc just use your finger and whenever you need to take a note in Onenote 2010 just take out you pen. Windows 7 is ofc a “must have” on every tablet and even more so on a unit with touch.
Battery life is about 6h – depending on Wifi, UMTS etc. The unit above runs with a extras battery in the modular bay instead of a DVD burner/player. A whole day of normal work is no problem.
First of all – this is no gaming laptop. It scores 3.4 in Win 7, with the GPU beeing it’s weakspot (ofc). There was no problem however streaming a full HD video over WiFi (it supports IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE 802.11n), connected to our LCD TV using the HDMI out.