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http://www.youtube.com/v/0pEoaCVgygg&hl=en&fs=1 Brighthand caught this interesting tidbit that might be useful to Nokia Internet Tablet N800 and N810 owners. BlueMaemo is a beta application that turns your Nokia Tablet into a usable entry system for your main computer. Using the Nokia touchscreen, you tap and drag just […]

Brighthand caught this interesting tidbit that might be useful to Nokia Internet Tablet N800 and N810 owners. BlueMaemo is a beta application that turns your Nokia Tablet into a usable entry system for your main computer. Using the Nokia touchscreen, you tap and drag just like you were using a touchpad. The BlueMaemo software enables your device to control the mouse on a host computer and enables text entry.

While not an ideal, full-time entry system, it sounds and looks usable in a pinch. BlueMaemo works uses the HID Bluetooth profile, so you’ll obviously need Bluetooth support on your host device. Currently tested and working computers include those running Windows XP SP2/SP3, XP Media Center and Vista. BlueMaemo also works with Linux BlueZ.

  1. That’s very cool from just a “because I can” standpoint. :)

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  2. Now my N800 makes for a decent controller for my media center.

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