Nokia Unveils Handheld Internet Tablet
Mar 18, 2009
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Nokia Corp is introducing a handheld tablet for Web-browsing over a wireless broadband connection. The Internet Tablet, which will go on sale this summer for US$350, is based on the open-source Linux operating system rather than the Symbian platform Nokia uses for "smart" cell phones.

The Internet Tablet does not have a hard drive, but rather, 128 megabytes of onboard flash memory and a memory card slot.

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