Nokia N900 mobile device released to the U.S. market with Linux-Maemo powered mobile computer allows users to stay connected to the Internet anytime, anywhere. Featuring 32GB of storage, 3G connectivity, and various nifty mobile features, the Nokia N900 goes out for $645.
Nokia N900 lets you surf various pages while listening to music or talking to your buddy via IM. It is based on the open-source Linux platform, hence giving you more options to download various third-party applications to make your mobile computing experience a bit more pleasant and fruitful.
Nokia N900 comes with a built-in web browser built on Mozilla technology. This allows users to surf the internet with the same experience as doing so on a PC. It allows users to view websites, watch Flash videos, and possibly everything else that you can normally do on a regular desktop PC or laptop.
Other features of the Nokia N900 include a 3.5-inch display, full QWERTY keyboard, 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash. It also supports Nokia’s OVI services, giving users access to Maps and Files and Ovi accounts.
The Nokia N900 comes in black finish.