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Nokia Internet tablets to support WiMAX
Photo: Company [Sep 29, 2007]

Nokia will start adopting Intel's new WiMAX chip 'Baxter Peak' in its N series Internet Tablet next year.

The Internet tablets from Nokia, such as the N800, will be among the very first WiMAX-enabled open Internet devices expected to ship in 2008 according to the companies.

Categories: IT + CE

Tags: Intel Nokia Portable

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