The folks at doubleTwist have been providing solutions for synchronizing music, photos, videos, and podcasts between a PC or Mac and an Android phone or tablet for a while. Now the company is starting to demonstrate a solution that also supports MeeGo Linux.

Intel has licensed the technology so that any device MeeGo tablet you pick up later this year running an Intel build of MeeGo should have MeeGo’s Air Sync software built in. All you’ll need to do is download the free doubleTwist client for your Mac or PC to set up 2-way media synchronization over your home network.

Air Sync is also available for Google Android, but you’ll need to pay $4.99 to use the the Android version.

You can check out two very similar demo videos after the break, courtesy of MeeGo Experts and The Nokia Blog.

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