Last night at Pepcom in Orlando, Nokia demoed Real's recently-released version of Rhapsody for the . Or at least that was the plan: as I'm not actually at CTIA, I can't confirm that the demo ever really happened. What is certain, however, is that N800 owners who also subscribe to Rhapsody will now have direct access to the music service on their tablets (as long as there is a Wi-Fi connection available at the time). Users can search the entire Rhapsody catalog, browse their libraries, listen to playlists and Channels, and read editorial commentary--pretty much everything you can do from home. If you own an N800, the update should be available through the Tableteer menu on the device. The overall setup looks pretty sweet to me, but it begs the question: how many people own an N800 and subscribe to Rhapsody? I imagine that number isn't terribly high.
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