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Using the Maemo based Nokia N900 mobile phone

The Nokia N900 computer phone has been available in the market for quite a while and it has been available in the Philippines for several months already. You can buy the N900 in mobile phone shops in the Ortigas Center.

For several weeks, I am trying Nokia N900 courtesy of Womworld / Nokia. I’ve already posted an N900 unboxing article and how to sync the Maemo mobile phone with the Mac OS X Addressbook and Calendar using iSync.

I’m excited about making it my main mobile phone during the coming weeks to try out its features and get a feel of just how powerful the N900 computer phone really is. I’m already quite happy that browsing my web sites on the Nokia N900 renders without a problem — good thing I don’t have to change anything on my sites. 🙂

For the next several weeks, I’ll be posting articles about my experiences (both good and bad) about the N900. I want to get a feel of just how ready the N900 really is for main stream. If you want to get updated on my N900 experience, you can subscribe to my mobile phone site at Connected Phone.

Gerry Ilagan

Gerry Ilagan is into mobile apps and WordPress development at @speeqs. He loves to write about electronics, the Internet of Things, mobile phones, and #crazyideas.

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