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Old 10-24-2007, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exploring the technical details of Nokia's N810 operating system

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nokia is putting out great devices. this one is looking like one of the best.
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nokia is putting out great devices. this one is looking like one of the best.
Yep, looks pretty nice, indeed But, for now at least, only available in the US via their retail outlets and I have a feeling it's going to be pretty pricey little devil. Been testing an e61i. Great hardware. Crappy interface. So if they can take Nokia hardware and pair with Linux kernel running gtk/gnome based UI they could have a real winner here. Normally not a bit Gnome fan since Havoc et.al. began dumbing it down for the lowest common denominator in their quest to conquer the corporate desktop, but this is an area where leveraging the Gnome "usability" enhancements could pay nice dividends.
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