Test-Driving the Nokia WiMax Tablet

It doesn’t count as a full review, but I did take the Nokia WiMax tablet out for a short test drive on the CTIA show floor Tuesday — and I can attest that the thing does work, the screen looks nice, and if your thumbs are fat like mine you might not like the keyboard, since it is set a bit close to the bottom of the screen.

Still no word from the Sprint folks on when the Xohm WiMax network will go live, or what pricing plans would be. (Barry West, the company’s WiMax tech lead, said “don’t even ask that question” at a press reception Tuesday evening.)

But Hey, Look! Sidecut Reports via WiMax to the Nokia Handset!


4 Responses to “Test-Driving the Nokia WiMax Tablet”

  1. Sprint’s WiMax Silence a Losing Hand at CTIA « Sidecut Reports Says:

    […] WiMax backers, there weren’t a lot of smiles in Vegas this week, despite new products like Nokia’s WiMax tablet. In a briefing Wednesday with Motorola senior vice president Fred Wright (one of the leaders of […]

  2. » Boston, Philly, Dallas next for Sprint’s WiMax Sidecut Reports Says:

    […] USB-attached device from ZTE and the other a PC card from Samsung. Nokia’s already announced Xohm-ready WiMax tablet, West said, should be available shortly after the Baltimore […]

  3. » Asus, Lenovo Leading WiMax Laptop Parade Sidecut Reports Says:

    […] don’t forget Nokia’s WiMax tablet, which Nokia folks say will be available veryverysoon after the Xohm network goes live in […]

  4. jj Says:

    I hope this technology comes to the Sony PSP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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