Nokia’s N900 Internet tablet has just recently been announced and we learn that it’s coming to Germany and Italy, plus it’s available for pre-order in these countries right now. Meanwhile, it seems very likely that AT&T and Rogers will get their own versions of the device, compatible with WCDMA connectivity.



The info regarding an AT&T/Rogers version of N900 was confirmed by mistake thanks to a Nokia employee replying to a customer’s mail. Back to the European side of the pond, we find out that the Internet tablet will be available for $860 in Germany and Italy, if you pre-order now.

The October release date is still available, with a T-Mobile version also included.

[via BGR]

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