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Nokia chooses Opera for its handheld tablet.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/29/2005 02:37:00 PM.

Nokia is introducing a handheld tablet for Web-browsing over a wireless broadband connection to be used in conjunction with the Opera browser.

The tablet is being marketed as an alternative to buying an extra personal computer or laptop for different rooms, providing a cheaper, quicker and less-cumbersome way to connect to the Web and e-mail at home.

Instead of displaying stripped-down versions of Web pages like most mobile devices, the tablet uses an Opera browser to display sites as they'd appear on any computer.

Last November Opera announced a new technology called the Extensible Rendering Architecture (ERA); it enables the browser to render and print Web pages effectively regardless of screen or paper size which in effect means no more horizontal scrolling or cutting off the edges on print-outs. In Opera 8 this feature is called "Fit to window width".

What does this mean for Opera and its users? Well, the more people there are that use Opera, the more webmasters must take Opera into account and verify that their sites are compatible with Opera (in other words, standard compliant).

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