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  • denn56k denn56k Feb 6, 2013 3:40 PM Flag

    Wish list for any new NOK tablet...

    A reg keyboard that does not attach and is wireless or you plug into tablet....hopefully not the dorky snap type like the Surface..You can have a hard plastic case with 2 slots to slide in tablet and slide in keyboard...a little bulky but very useful having reg keyboard.......and how about a camera for skype etc.....colors....colors and more colors.........

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    • How about we start with simply an official announcement from Nokia? 

    • and a kick back stand of course..........colors and more colors

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      • 4G and $99 Subsidized by all carriers.

        I read somewhere the keyboard might contain a extended battery.

        If they go pro I hope they took a look at AMD's Z60. I’m not saying AMDs processor is better in any way only AMD is claiming better graphic performance over Intel. I sent Nokia a email 6 months back showing what AMD was claiming, Nokia replied that they would check it out.

        Countersunk memory card reader or expandable memory slot

        Also the best Camera on a tablet would be nice

        and Made out of graphene :)

    • I think a great feature would be having a remote desktop app for the tablet. Multiple windows 8 pcs being used on the tablet. Imagine using a high powered program on your pc but remotely controlling it with your tablet. Then minimizing that window and helping an employee fix a setting on their pc at work. Remote desktop is an app on android and IOS but its a little slow and buggy. A seamless remote desktop app could entice IT guys to purchase the tablet.

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