Nokia N900, Linux-based Mobile Internet Access

Nokia N900 Linux Based Mobile - Nokia officially announced the presence of Nokia N900, one from the ranks of devices to access Internet-based tablet form of the Linux operating system. Nokia N900 into the next generation of Nokia-made devices in the form of tablets for internet access and is available on the market starting in October this year. N900 has a slide-shaped keyboard, 3.5-inch touchscreen display, and cellular capability.

"By making Linux as its operating system, Mozilla as a browser, and wireless network connections, making the Nokia N900 a powerful mobile devices," said Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia executive vice president for markets, which quoted Vnunet, quoted by CBN.

According to Nokia, the N900 uses ARM Cortex-A8 processor with 1GB memory for applications and graphics based on OpenGL ES 2.0 acceleration, 32GB of storage memory that can be upgraded to 48GB using microSD, as well as multitasking - just like PCs.

While for the price, estimated at 500 euros.

(Source: CBN.NET.ID)
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