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By now, you're sufficiently aware that the Optima OP5-E is the first non-Nokia MID to arrive with a Maemo-based operating system. In fact, you've already seen what this bugger looks like on video. What you probably haven't seen, however, is a finalized version of the handheld for the US market, but

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December 8, 2009 at 4:06AM
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We've already gotten a quick look of Optima's new OP5-E MID, but those really curious about the first non-Nokia Maemo device will no doubt want to check out this new video courtesy of techvideoblog.com, which offers nearly ten minutes of turning, tilting and attempts to decipher a Chinese-language

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AgfaPhoto might want you to believe that its Optima range of cams is \"perfect for the ambitious photographer,\" but in truth they're entry-level shooters with a slant toward helping the less technically gifted. The new cameras come with 28 automated functions, such as a 'beauty mode' that masks skin

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Honestly, now that Nokia's hooked up with Intel we didn't think we'd ever see any more straight Maemo devices, let alone random third-party Maemo MIDs, but here we are, looking at the Optima OP5-E. The 4.3-inch touchscreen MID with an 806MHz Marvell processor and 128MB of RAM is said to be going th

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They weren't lying when they said Optima's BigVizion was big. Man, a 100-inch the display is simply huge! It is powered by a 1080p front projection system (kind of) that is installed behind the display and then projected up onto a mirror and then onto the screen. The whole system allows for a very

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