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On the upper-left edge, alongside the power button, are two really useful buttons. One lets you see the current window in full screen great for Web use and looking at photos and video , and the other is a zoom rocker. On the bottom edge of the casing is a 3. These are not protected in any way. To their right is a slot for an RS-MMC card -- and this is protected by a cover that is attached to the hardware.
Nokia provides no less than two protection systems for the There's a solid slide-on cover that can be used to protect the entire front face of the device, and a drawstring bag. Two rather tacky-looking bits of plastic turn out to fit together to form a desk stand -- you rest the on this and it sits at an angle of about 45 degrees.
With no rubberised stoppers on the feet of the stand there is a tendency for it to slide about when you prod the 's screen. Features There's a bevy of software built in to the Nokia Internet Tablet, though not quite everything that might be useful is present. You get a Web browser, email software, Internet radio, an RSS-feed reader, software for video and images, a calculator, a clock with an alarm, a notes tool, a draw-to-screen tool and a couple of games.
There is also a PDF document reader built in, and you should be able to add additional software. Two obvious omissions are instant messaging and Voice over IP software, but Nokia says at its Web site that an operating system upgrade should become available in to add these.
Your key way of getting onto the Internet for the connected functions is through Wi-Fi, though as Bluetooth is built in you could also use a mobile phone for Internet access or file sharing. The supports both When we tried it on a 'b' network, we were able to visit Web sites and listen to Internet radio without any bandwidth issues.
Internet radio is one of the more fun things on offer. One station is already built in, but to add others you need to go through a rather tedious process of copying and pasting their URLs from the Web browser to the radio software. The Web browser lets you have more than one window open at once, and switching between them is a simple matter.
Entering Web addresses is one of the occasions when you need to use the tappable virtual keyboard or handwriting recognition. We quickly decided the former was best -- the handwriting recognition was woeful. The quality of sound output from the built-in mono speaker is very poor, but attach a good headset and the stereo pumps though nicely.
AAC and MP3 formats are among those supported. Video playback was pretty sharp, and when in full-screen mode, eminently watchable. Images are similarly nicely rendered, and reading PDFs was fine, especially in 'fit to width' mode, where documents are sized to precisely fill the screen. As you open more applications they are represented as icons in a strip on the left edge of the screen and switching between them is as easy as tapping each icon.
Unlike with Windows Mobile, when you tap the cross in the top-right corner of each application, it actually closes, freeing up memory. This is crucial, because if you have too much going on at once the system will clam up.
When you connect the to a PC using the provided USB cable, its flash storage card shows up as another drive, ready to have files copied to it. You can't access the internal 64MB of memory using this method, however.
The device runs on Linux based Nokia Internet Tablet software edition which includes widely deployed desktop Linux and Open Source technologies. The maemo development platform www. This is the first step in creating an Open Source product for broadband and Internet services. We will be launching regularly updates of the software. The next software release planned for the first half of next year will support more presence based functionalities such as VoIP and Instant Messaging", continues Janne Jormalainen.
The Nokia Internet Tablet is planned to start shipping in the third quarter of in selected countries in the Americas and Europe. Nokia Internet Tablet with Linux. Reader comments A. Read all comments Post your comment.
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