The perpetual technological development requires a certain canvas to show the common world that there is no ubiquitous mood of stagnation derived from the already recovering economic crisis. The recently unveiled N900 handset represents such a wakening landmark, particularly in its power potential. In guise of a regular smartphone hides a truly power pack that is armed with an PowerVR graphics accelerator and an ARM Cortex-A8 processor boosting this handset’s fundamental capabilities to an almost notebook competing level. Besides the versatility offered by the with-a-community-optimized open-source Maemo 5 OS, comes 1GB of application memory, a 3.5-inch QVGA resistive touchscreen, a Carl Zeiss refined 5-megapixel camera, slide-out QWERTY, GPS and A-GPS, integrated FM transmitter, TV-out, WiFi and a enormous 32GB of on-board storage. Definitely a great step forward for the handset industry.