Thursday, June 4, 2009

Re-Defining mobile computing

Those members who have pre-ordered their new handsets will be one of the first in their country to receive the new Nokia N97. Expect an email from the online store shortly with delivery dates.

People everywhere are dumping desktop PCs for their more mobile versions as work starts getting home. Mobile computers were usually a niche belonging to the established PC manufacturers like Dell, HP and Lenovo but now more companies are starting to join the fray. The above is the latest newsletter from Nokias N97 members club. Claiming to provide users with an upgrade to a truly mobile computer the Nokia N97 out of the box is just the beginning. The device can be improved to keep it fresh with up-to-the-minute features, functions and fixes so it can do even more while being truly mobile. New software is planned to roll out in the second half of 2009, meaning that Nokia intends the N97 to be more a computer than a phone. In fact the upcoming Nokia N97 seems to be an actual Mobile Computing Platform in the making, especially with it's laptop like form factor when the qwerty keyboard is visible. It's touch screen interface gives it an alternate netbook like interface as well. With the look of things mobile computing could get a lot more cheaper for the users and a way more competitive for the manufacturers.

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