Nokia World Live Webcast starts. Tracking Booklet, Maemo, Tablet news.

Posted on 02 September 2009 by



The Live Webcast of the Keynote is running as I type this. Images are coming in too so I’ll update this post as we go along through the keynote. I’m live on the /live page (chat too) and i’ll be posting more as information comes through over the next two days.

Nokia Booklet 3gBooklet 3G Image  via Twitter user Filchambers

 

Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo is speaking right now. I’m picking out info that might be relevant to UMPCPortal readers here.

Nokia Booklet: Great example of the convergence of mobility and computer

Avail, price, later!

Nokia N900: ‘Best browser device ever’

‘Both devices are natural next steps for Nokia’

0940: Olli not talking details but Anssi Vanjoki (Executive Vice President of ‘New Markets’) is now talking. Hopefully we’ll get more info from him….

0954: N97 mini launched. New features added to Nokia Maps. A couple of music phones launched.

10:05 Talking about booklet. Highlighting W7 and 12hours battery life. Unconfirmed: I think he said 1.6Ghz Atom. (N270 or N530?) Price 579 Euros.

10:10 Talking about N900…Price. 500 Euros. It’s still 599 on the Nokia Shop in Germany!

Keynote finished. I guess everyone is rushing for hands-on now!!!

More news as it happens during the day. Stay tuned.

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3 Comments For This Post

  1. Marc says:

    N900. 500 inc tax and I probably would have got one to play with despite knowing the screen is too small for me.

    The Archos android tablet is looking the more likely a purchase now.

  2. Carl says:

    One of the hardcore Maemo guys got a chance to play with an N900

    http://maemo.org/community/council/the_n900_from_a_community_perspective/

    …and preceeded to install Open Office, GIMP and the LXDE user interface on it. Even at the premium pricepoint it’s targetting it sure sounds like an epic device.

  3. Marc says:

    Hmm. That makes it rather more tempting.

    Maybe I will end up getting one for testing purposes….