Excerpt: Al mundo de los teléfonos móviles llegó el nuevo Nokia N900, el dispositivo que revolucionó a la tecnología con su innovador diseño y con unas características que hacen de este aparato, un móvil de otro planeta.
Excerpt: I den modernistiske æra, kan man ikke forestille sig sit liv uden håndsæt.Der er mange selskaber, der beskæftiger sig med mobiltelefoner.Nokia er en blandt alle.Det er i gode bøger af brugerne med hensyn til kvalitet.Dag, dette selskab er i projektører til Nokia N900.Dette er en awesome smartphone.Det er fyldt med masser af mindblowing funktioner, der kan spændingen ens sind med spænding.Denne Gizmo kan faktisk skabe uro blandt de hi-tech generation.
Excerpt: As a rule, I find it painful to go back to a device that I have owned and used in the past. There is usually enough progress in the mobile field for me to consider going back both a waste of time and a downgrade. However, after over 50 mobile phones, that rule has finally been broken and the honour goes to the Nokia N900. My first outing with the N900 was back in April 2010.
Excerpt: Nokia’s N900 is, like I said before, more of a mobile computing device or an MID (Mobile Internet Device). It could be misconstrued as a miniature tablet PC as even the ones on their way will comply with most ‘mobile phone’ standards like taking and making calls and messages, but it’s really not. We ran a poll recently asking our readers to share their experiences and views on the N900 and received plenty of feedback (thank you dear readers).
Conclusion: All in all, the N900 is probably a grower, but you'll have to put in a lot of effort to fully appreciate it. Its size is a really prohibitive factor and one that might put a lot of people off, not to mention the keyboard which makes typing emails and text messages a bit of a pain. It incorporates an impressive range of features and its high speed processing is a real boon, so once you get used to the size and are familiar with the navigation, we can imagine the N900...
Conclusion: Nokia’s N900 bills itself not as a smartphone, but as an internet tablet or even a “mobile computer”. This is very obvious throughout your usage experience, and I think it’s a shame because they have included phone capability in it, and it’s a pocket-able size so it is only logical that one would use it as their day-to-day smartphone.
Nokia N900 - a mobile PC experience, seen from a consumer's perspective
11 June 2010
Summary: This phone can be turned into a beast, but one that is not very easy to tame. If you are not looking for the customizable Linux experience, then many of the other features of the N900 can also be found on cheaper devices.
Two OMAP 3430 Phones: Nokia N900 and Motorola Droid
10 June 2010
Conclusion: From a physical perspective, the Motorola Droid remains the flagship of Android phones that come with a hardware keyboard - a feature that enthusiasts and casual users alike still identify as hugely important. If having a hardware keyboard is important to you, the Motorola Droid is almost the only option out there with a modern ARMv7 CPU.
Instant Messaging and Social Networking on the Nokia N900
25 May 2010
Excerpt: The world has gone social networking and instant messaging. Keeping in touch with family, friends, colleagues and even customers via Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo Mesnger and other like services has become an acceptable way of life. In this part of my review series of the various features of the Nokia N900, I will be looking at how social networking and instant messaging services fare on this mobile computer.