Nokia N91 Hits The U.S.

Jun 06, 2006
Nokia N91
Nokia N91

Nokia today announced that US shipments of the Nokia N91 multimedia device started. Optimized for mobile music consumption, the Nokia N91 provides an unparalleled experience, with a 4GB hard drive, 3.5 mm stereo headset jack, wireless LAN support, dedicated music keys, and easy PC synchronization with Windows Media Player.

Enjoying your digital music collection is simple, as the Nokia N91 supports a wide range of digital music formats. A new feature of the Nokia N91 is the possibility to share your playlists with friends by text message or Bluetooth wireless technology. The Nokia N91 will initially be available exclusively online at www.nokiausa.com for $599.

As an added bonus, the stainless steel-encased Nokia N91 comes preloaded with exclusive content from the series of Live8 concerts that were held in July 2005. An estimated three billion people watched Live8 with one message in mind - make poverty history. People who buy the Nokia N91 can enjoy videos of the Live8 performances by a range of world-famous artists.

"The second Nokia Nseries flagship device to hit the US, the Nokia N91 is ready to rock the US audience. It combines a high-fidelity music experience with all the benefits of a multimedia computer," said David Watkins, Director, Multimedia Computers for Nokia North America. "The Nokia N91 delivers on the Nokia Nseries promise in a very compelling way. Its multiple connectivity and powerful performance in all areas, truly makes it the world's best mobile connected jukebox."

The February 2006 issue of Vibe magazine cites the Nokia N91 as "fully functional, easy to handle -- everything you need is here" and Popular Science included the device in its 2005 'Best of What's New' annual round-up.

The Nokia N91 serves up to 10 hours of great sound via the included stereo headset with remote control. Enjoying your music collection has never been easier, as the Nokia N91 supports a wide range of digital music formats including MP3, M4A, WMA, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+.

Packed with multiple connectivity options, such as GSM/EDGE, WLAN, Bluetooth wireless technology and USB, and even WCDMA for international roaming, the Nokia N91 makes it easy for you to find and enjoy music when and where you want. Drag and drop your personal music collection from your PC to your Nokia N91 or synchronize your recent music purchases with your PC. You can also create and manage your playlists directly on your Nokia N91, or shuffle songs around to build your optimal listening experience.

In addition to being the first truly connected mobile music player, this powerful Nokia Nseries device with the latest multimedia technology boasts a two-megapixel camera, push email support, Internet browsing, RSS-feeds and Nokia PCSuite inbox for easy personal computer synchronization. The Nokia N91 also includes a new feature which helps you transfer contacts, calendar and gallery files between compatible Nokia devices, without having to use a PC.

Source: Nokia

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