During last week’s Computex Evolve III announced some very appealing devices, among which we find a triple boot tablet called the Maestro S. This slate supports Windows 7, Android and MeeGo, so it suits any user out there. Its specs include a 10.1 inch display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and the Intel Z670 Oak Trail CPU at 1.5GHz.

The battery of the Maestro S lasts for up to 10 hours on a single charge when running Win 7, or even up to 18 hours in MeeGo mode, which is surely something for the iPad 2 to cry about. There’s also a version with a swiveling kickstand called Maestro C, that’s basically a convertible tablet with a wireless keyboard also used as a protective case.

The list of new Evolve III products also included NGen, a new all in one PC, that has the Intel Core i7 Sandy Bridge CPU as its core. The same unit sports a 21.5 inch LED display, with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, WiDi support, Intel HD graphics and comes with a 2 megapixel camera. NGen weighs a bit under 13 pounds and it’s a cordless unit that’s very easy to transport.

If you want pricing, the Maestro S and C go for $860 and $886 respectively, as for the NGen, that will set you back $1,500.

  • Deio977

    Don’t you brands ever learn not to put TN panels, bad angles and low light…. Maestro S looks good, but with that crap screen, you’ll gain fewer customers, even Acer Iconia has better screen than yours….