MeeGo somehow gathered dust, with no new updates and with lethargic activities at MeeGo’s developer forum. But the dust will sure get blown away when you’d watch videos of MeeGo’s tablet UI interface, which did strike the internet a while ago, but were hidden deep down inside the humongous youtube database. The shine in the first video has been added more by a media player application than solely by MeeGo itself. XBMC as they says is a cross platform media application (you might have heard about it being used for Xbox).
This instance of MeeGo (possibly 1.1) is running on a Lenovo S10-3t tablet computer and actually makes the UI look pretty sleek when it comes to touchscreen response.
Here’s another one that shows a version of RDUX 2.0. It boasts everything from pinch-to-zoom within the OS (not just in your browser/maps/pictures) and show all kinds of transition effects – some of which are similar to the ones that we have seen on Windows Phone 7.
The keyboard in here, even though is mobile/movable but looks very blackberry like, and one would usually avoid to use such keyboards on tablets atleast.
The UI is not as responsive as seen in the video about, but for sure generates enough interest to lure you for two and a half minutes