The Nokia N900 is a tablet PC carrying Maemo 5 Operating system and a smartphone rolled into one. The Maemo Linux based operating system allows users to surf the web using the Maemo browser on the 800 x 480 display which shows websites in top quality as would be viewed from a home computer. Nokia claims that voice calls can be made from virtually anywhere in the world, and even supports Skype, which allows users to make free Skype to Skype calls. Explore the device by checking out the video and links below.
Links on the Nokia N900:
Nokia N900 [Nokia]
Nokia N900 Photo Gallery [Nokia]
Nokia N900 is now officially outed and it packs some serious stuff : [GSM Arena]
Running on the new Linux-based Maemo 5 OS, the Nokia N900 power lies in the capable multi-tasking, which should make it stand out even among the ranks of the Symbian smartphones. [GSM Arena]
Nokia N900 running Maemo 5 officially €500 in October (update: Video!) [Engadget]
Nokia N900 Maemo Is a Phone, Makes the N97 Look Silly [Gizmodo]