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Submission + - First non-Nokia Maemo tablet device reviewed (

Charbax writes: The Optima OP5-E is being video-reviewed at It includes a 4.3" 800x480 touch screen, built-in 3G CDMA modem, Marvell PXA320 806mhz ARM processor, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, built-in MicroSD slot, USB-host, Speakers, video-conferencing, 3.2 Megapixel camera, removable 2600mAh battery and it installs most open-source Maemo Linux applications with minimal if any porting required. It could be sold at $299 or cheaper if subsidized by telecom carriers.
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First non-Nokia Maemo tablet device reviewed

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