Following the agreement closely between Nokia and Microsoft , users and industry experts are questioning the fate of the Symbian operating system and MeeGo, the latter developed in collaboration with Intel. From the premises, it seems that the Finnish company will continue the development of Symbian, distancing himself from MeeGo, which will continue its run in the software market under pressure from Intel. A demonstration of these statements, Fujitsu has released the first netbook MeeGo.
Let’s talk about Fujitsu LifeBook MH330, already on sale in some stores in Singapore . Looking good this model, we find that the Japanese company has simply “updated” version Lifebook MH330 launched last year, installing the operating system to Intel. Fujitsu Lifebook MH330 has a 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels, Intel Atom N455 processor, 1GB of RAM and 250GB hard drive.
The price of Fujitsu Lifebook MH330 with local MeeGo is $ 488 i.e. Rs. 22,247/- (about 380 U.S. dollars i.e. Rs. 17,323/-), slightly more expensive version with Windows 7. We do not know if Fujitsu decides to extend the marketing of such markets and this netbook.