After learning that Nokia wants more out of Symbian, specially in the enterprise segment, here’s MeeGo again, this time on a bunch of products that will really be available soon. We’re talking about the MeeGo netbooks that have been introduced in Russia yesterday, during a special Intel event in Moscow. Said event also included the very interesting handset below.

Dubbed the Hi/Lo Vibrant, a mysterious branding, this phone looks pretty beefed up, with its Intel Atom CPU inside, 5 megapixel camera and MeeGo platform. Also, the screen looks at least like 3.7 inch material and we guess that HDMI out is also present. There’s also a tablet present, as you can see, with a lower bezel that’s a bit too big to make it appealing enough.

The last screenshot, shown below is the one of a MeeGo netbook with a Russian interface. We have no info on the specs of the smartphone or slate, but they’re coming, we guess…

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