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A Small device

Been dreaming about a small device that

  1. Can get you connected through 802.11b/g Wireless network, Bluetooth.

  2. can run Ekiga, Skype, Gizmo, Opera, Pidgin.

  3. can display Gmail, Google calendar and almost any complex build website.

  4. would get you into video conference

  5. How about SSH access?

  6. and what about rsync ?

  7. maybe a cronjob?

  8. RSS feed reader?

  9. Can I watch ikbis, youtube please?

  10. would I be asking for much if I said MP3 player?

  11. I guess I should stop dreaming and wait for my geekest friend Basem Narmouq until he land with my Nokia N800

[tags] nokia, n800, linux, tablet [/tags]


  1. [...] Link to Article youtube A Small device » Posted at Jad‚Äôs thoughts on Saturday, July 21, 2007 [...]

  2. Mabrook :D
    Can Run Microsoft Windows XP SP2 ?? :p

  3. [...] Link to Article linux A Small device » Posted at Jad‚Äôs thoughts on Saturday, July 21, 2007 [...]

  4. Basem Narmok/NarmouqJuly 22, 2007 at 11:23 AM

    :-) Soon you will play with it!

    Have fun!

  5. alf mabroook
    good device for a good man

    enjoy it

  6. **Cries**
    I already bought an N95, that's my mobile phone budget til at least 2009.

    I really want a hybrid pc/mobile, I don't care if its big, but it should have at least 20 or 30GB so that I don't have to carrya n mp3 player as well, if they can put it in an ipod that fits into your palm, why not a phone, plus N95 battery runs out far too quick for my taste.


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