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Topic # 21413 25-Apr-2008 20:34
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Hi all
 
I was thinking of getting a n95 8gb and was wondering if it can edit and create word documents?
if so, is it a good experience?
also, whats the web browsing like on one of those?
is the overall performance sluggish?

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  Reply # 126949 29-Apr-2008 00:54
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You can purchase a license upgrade for the inbuilt Quickoffice (Word, Powerpoint, Excel) - very good software. There is also a freeware alternative (available via symbian-freak.com), but I doubt its anywhere close to Quickoffice in terms of the end user experience.

Web-browsing is great, its an excellent browser. In terms of sluggishness I would say that debranded N95-8GB's are not, I can't speak for Vodafone branded ones (their firmware is generally worse; slower, more bugs).




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