At MWC Intel made it very apparent that despite Nokia’s announcement about going with Windows Phone 7, they will still be aggressively pursuing the development of the open source MeeGo OS which will be complimented by their AppUp store. They showed off some tablets running MeeGo and said that these tablets will be available later this year. But the MeeGo OS wont just end up on notebooks, smartphones and tablets – it turns out that MeeGo is running on a whole bunch of devices that you may have never considered. Check out the gallery below to discover several different systems running on MeeGo – many of which are available today.
These netbooks from Fujitsu and Lenovo are running the MeeGo OS and are of-course powered by Intel Atom processors. Two of them are now shipping in Russia and Asian regions, and the Lenovo model should be launching soon in the U.S.
This Media Center Top Box called Amino is powered by MeeGo and runs on an Atom processor.
This prototype Continua system is currently in development. It’s designed to be used in a healthcare environment to test blood pressure and heart rate information by utilizing MeeGo Apps.
This In-Vehicle Infotainment system, which is currently available in Asia as a factory installation, is running on MeeGo too.
These tablets running Meego will be available later this year. Check out our hands-on for more.
Splashtop is a MeeGo app that allows you to access your Windows or Mac desktop in full on a MeeGo Tablet with real-time touch interaction.
Cubovision Web TV is an HD media center system running on MeeGo and Atom with support for 3D.
Intel is also testing MeeGo on some very cool and experimental In-Vehicle Infotainment systems.
Please note, that in accordance to the FTC Guidelines and WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that Intel Corporation has covered my travel, accommodations and costs related to our visit to MWC 2011.