Friday, August 28, 2009
Nokia N900 MID tablet
The Nokia N900 is the first Mobile Internet Device (MID) tablet that uses wireless data networks. Unlike prior tablets that only had Wi-Fi access, this device can be used anywhere you have access to a 3G network. You'll get Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on the N900.
So, does it make sense to have a dedicated tablet like the Nokia N900? Or, should the N900 also be a type of smartphone? It's going to run a Linux-based OS called Maemo, so I doubt you'll find many medical applications for it. However, maybe all you really need is a mobile web browser so that you can look your medical questions.
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