...To Seize On The Ubiquity Of Digital Media.http://maemo.nokia.com/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Au_uRmoy8Fshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP5R-5NX1BE
The Nokia N900 is the first mobile phone to run the sweet Maemo (GNU+Linux based) OS
. What does that mean? It means that tens of thousands of Free and Open Source software developers have been collaborating to bring you an All-In-One mobile device that meets all the needs of the ditigal era.
Take a look at these specs and features:http://maemo.nokia.com/n900/specifications/
- 3.5 inch touch-sensitive widescreen display
- 800 × 480 pixel resolution
- 32 GB internal storage
- Up to 16 GB of additional storage with an external microSD card
- Mozilla-based browser with Flash support
- 5 MegaPixel Camera
- DVD quality Video Recorder
- Video playback file formats: .mp4, .avi, .wmv, .3gp; codecs: H.264, MPEG-4, Xvid, WMV, H.263
- Music playback file formats: .wav, .mp3, .AAC, .eAAC, .wma, .m4a
- Ring tones: .wav, .mp3, .AAC, .eAAC, .wma, .m4a
- Bulit in FM transmitter for listening in your car
- QWERTY tactile keyboard and touchscreen keyboard as well.
- Loads of software and other features too
Essentially, it's a fully customizable portable computing phone that encompasses everything you'd want to do, digitally, without tying you down to the proprietary software that the phone makers force upon you. Because it's Linux based, everything is completely changeable and modifiable.
I've been hesitant to buy a Smart Phone because so many of them are bogged down with DRM limitations which hinder what you can do. This thing is a Phone, a Video Camera, a Digital Camera, a GPS, a Web Browser, a Music Player, and a Video Player. It's a phone sized computer with open standards.
This thing can't come out soon enough.
Seeing as this is my first post, and it sounds like an advertisement, let me prove my PA devotion with this offering!