Nokia N900 Offers An Unparalleled Mobile Internet Experience

Nokia N900 Offers An Unparalleled Mobile Internet Experience
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Mobile internet browsing often leaves a lot to be desired, but the Nokia N900 boasts a high-speed, Mozilla-powered browser that supports Flash and AJAX. This is as close as you’re gonna get to seeing web pages the way they were meant to be seen.

The standards-compliant browser mimics the experience of browsing on a full-sized computer. It brings the level of interaction up a notch with gestures that reveal cursors, context menus and copy and paste functionality. Turn the N900 into landscape mode to browse the web full-screen, like you would on your home computer, and zoom in with two taps.

The Nokia N900 achieves fast wireless broadband with 3.5G and WLAN connectivity, quadband GSM with GPRS and EDGE, and data transfers of 10/2Mbps or 54Mbps over Wi-Fi.

The Nokia N900 retails for $899 (RRP) and is available now from Optus, Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi, Crazy Johns, Dick Smith, Telechoice and Allphones. See Nokia’s website for full details.

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