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New definition of Mobility? & Just a little more on mobile browsing with the Nokia N900

7 October 2009Entry by

Nokia N900Browsing as a subject again? That’s probably the thought of most of you when reading the new title of this post. However it looks redundant, the main idea is to show a fresh video showing the browsing power of the Nokia N900.

A nice thing about this video is also the TV-Out feature. You would see the browser through a LCD TV. The response and the clarity of the images are wonderful. Besides, this situation brought to my mind the progress on mobility. If you think it through, the Nokia N900 gives you full mobility! You can go wherever you want, and you are carrying a Multimedia Center (music, videos, Radio, photos and GPS), the Communication Center we already talk about it (Instant Messaging, SMS, MMS, Email, etc.), a game Console (why not) and Internet. It doesn’t matter if where you are going has a computer or internet, as long as you have Wi-Fi or 3G networks available you have all this things I’ve mention before. I think that we are getting into a new era of mobility, or a new meaning of this word, Don’t we?

The last interesting thing on the video that caught my attention was the app called Fennec. This is Alpha release of a new Firefox browser for handhelds devices. Different distribution of the screen and the way to show the bookmarks is what you would see on the video. I hope to see more on this new browser soon. For further details please click here.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63RLFEAAPNI

I want to anticipate that I’m working on a comparison which it would be published soon.

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