The Nokia N95 can be hooked up to a television and full-size keyboard, and used in a similar manner to a desktop computer. In this article Krisse looks at the effect this has on productivity software and ponders how close we are to an office that you can carry in your pocket.
The Nokia N95 (like the N93 and N93i) has a TV Out feature, which lets you connect it to any television. Krisse examines how S60 games look on the big screen, and how the big screen may affect gameplay.
The Nokia N95 (just like the N93/N93i) has a TV Out ability which lets you plug the device into any television set. If you add a full-size Bluetooth keyboard, you get something resembling a desktop computer, both in appearance and function. In the first of a series of articles, AllAboutSymbian looks at whether the N95, or indeed any smartphone, can replace the PC.
Steve Litchfield pits the spanking new Sony Ericsson P1i against its main competitors from the Symbian world, the messaging-focussed Nokia E61i and the media-focussed Nokia N95. How does Sony Ericsson's latest measure up?