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>> Bonnie Todd: Hi, I'm Bonnie Todd, senior editor at CNET.com, and we are here at the Fall CTIA 2009 taking a very special first look at the Nokia N-900. It's kind of the next evolution of their internet tablets and
awesome hardware here. It's got this beautiful screen 800X480. One of the cool features about this device is
it can also multi-task. So you can switch between apps which is great, and I haven't really seen something as good
as the palm tree, but I think this comes pretty close. So, nice to see that on the device. Bi-optic screen here
and you've got this really nice pretty keyboard. Really like the buttons here. The space bar is off to the right
which I don't particularly like, but that's fine, size the screen down. It's got a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack,
also got a 5 mega pixel camera as well as a kickstand. So you can place it on a desk or a flat surface to
watch videos. Very powerful device. Has a 600 mega-hertz processor as well as a 3-D graphics accelerator. So
movies, games, looks all great on here. The device is actually also a telephone. It's a quad-ban GSM phone,
and it supports 3-g, also T-Mobile, 3G Band. Very powerful device. It is available for preorder now for $649.00. We
really looking forward to checking this out. It's like an awesome device and a nice evolution of the internet tablet.
I'm Bonnie Todd and this has been your first look at the Nokia N-900.
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