Archive For The “Nokia” Category

Notebook Computers

var vclk_options = {sid:53742,media_id:1,media_type:5,version:”1.4″};On September 2nd, 2009, Nokia released a brand new breed of portable device. The Nokia Booklet 3G is a mini laptop PC. The release of the Booklet 3G means a new direction for Nokia, however this release will not affect the entire mobile community. Apple has the MacBooks, Sony Ericsson has the [...]

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Nokia Latest Flagship Model N97

The Nokia’s latest flagship model N97 is on the market long enough for us to draw some lines related to its features. First of all let’s pay attention to what it has to offer with the box that comes wrapped in: a phone case, a battery (BP-4L 1500mAh, charger and adapter, USB data cable, a [...]

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Nokia Netbook?

Nokia is an amazing company, and I am not trying to advertise here – it’s just my personal opinion. Yes, I own a Nokia mobile phone, and most of my relatives are using this brand. Obviously, we’re not doing this because we think “Nokia” sounds cool. Like it or not, Nokia is the best mobile [...]

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Nokia N97 Mini Touch Screen Computer

<-125×125 Button – right-> Nokia‘s handsets have evolved so much lately that the newest cell phone additions to the N series are already considered advanced mini touch screen computer models. Same thing happens with the recently introduced Nokia N97 designed for mobile communication and fast Internet access, with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, customizable home screen [...]

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The new Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Nokia has released its latest 810 Internet Tablet, a Linux-based wireless multimedia device without a phone, to rival with the iPhone and Ultra-Mobile PCs. It integrates GPS functionality, has Ajax and Adobe Flash 9 support, and a built-in slide-down keyboard model. Coming with so important improvements, the price of $479 surely won’t be a problem [...]

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