Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Nokia enters PC industry with First Netbook

Nokia has finally joined the bandwagon as it enters the PC industry with its very first netbook running Microsoft's Windows operating system. This move by Nokia is said to be crossing the border between converging industries in the opposite direction as with Apple, which entered the phone industry in 2007 with iPhone.

The video above says all about its features. In addition, Reuters reported that a source close to Nokia said the new netbook would use the upcoming Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft says a stripped-down version of Windows 7 will be introduced to netbooks the same time as its general release on October 22.
The question now is: Will Nokia be able to cope up with the laptop market, given that this industry is already crowded as it is now?


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