Video Tour: Nokia N900
Here is an in-depth look at the Nokia N900 multimedia device. This Maemo 5-based hardware runs fast and has a great display. Too bad U.S carriers aren't selling it.
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Here is a video tour of the N900. This device uses Maemo 5, not Symbian S60. It is fast, but a little large. Watch the video here:
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Nokia N900 Hands-On
A quick hands-on with Nokia's first phone running the Linux-based Maemo platform, with video, photos, and more.
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