Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Nokia 770 Tablet problems

Forbes had an article that points to the core problem of the Nokia 770 Tablet. This gadget doesn’t have mobile phone ability. Device battles head on with other digital assistants with no real twist.

I would say that while Forbes points to the right flaw they don’t include the reason behind such product specifications. Nokia wants to keep price under control and Linux platform is not ideal choice for Nokia to include such features. Cramming non-integrated solution for mobility would have increased price of the tablet.

However, Forbes is correct when their analysis points out that even if this sort of tablet would be popular total size of its market segment pales in comparison to average priced and stylish mobile phones.


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