Nokia’s N900, a well-heeled angle on the shaky “mobile internet device” category, shall run Maemo 5, a cut of linux intended for heavy internet use. At 800 pixels wide, the display will better cellphones at showing web-pages, and high-end features abound: there’s a 5 megapixel camera, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Flash compatibility, 32GB of storage, GPS and TV-out. Such a shame it isn’t a cellphone! Update: It is a cellphone! Damn!
Furthermore, at 500 Euros, it’ll have to justify itself as a “netbook replacement” for those not already fond of Nokia’s past lineup of internet tablets.