It's quite interesting to watch just how far tablets have evolved over the past year or so, but it seems that the people over at Evolve Three, an Australian company, are quite willing to take everything to the next level, as they've come up with a 10-inch Internet tablet capable of running three of the world's best-known operating systems for tablets, namely Android, Windows 7 and Meego.
As Geek.com reports, the device in question is powered by Intel's forthcoming Oak Trail Intel Atom CPUs, which means that it should be able to deliver quite an impressive level of battery life, coupled with enough horsepower for most applications available for tablets nowadays.
Of course, the Atom CPU is just one of the surprises the 10-inch touch-enabled tablet has in store, since the engineers have also thrown 2GB of RAM in the mix, not to mention a 32GB SSD unit for storing all of the data users might require.
Naturally, the Maestro also delivers quite a few interesting connectivity options, such as WiFi and 3G connectivity, which means that users should be able to browse the web just about wherever they might be.
However, leaving aside these tech specs, the main selling point of the Maestro device remains its impressive capability of running the Windows 7, Android or Meego operating systems, meaning that users will be able to opt for the OS that best suits their needs in certain specific usage scenarios.
Plus, at 835 grams, carrying it around shouldn't be that much of a problem.
Although the Australian company doesn't have a definite roadmap for its products, it would seem that we should expect the Maestro III to hit the shelves in Spring 2011, with the estimate price point being set somewhere in the vicinity of US $500, which would be quite an OK sum, given this thing's triple-booting capabilities.