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03 Jan, 2011

Opera announcing tablet/netbook browser this week

Posted by: Mike In: Others

Today Opera announced that it will be discussing a version of its browser that’s specifically catered to tablets with touchscreens and netbook computers.


Opera for tablets brings the same trusted Internet experience to tablets and netbook PCs as users have come to love on their mobile phones and desktops,” Opera’s chief development officer, Christen Krogh, said.

Opera will preview the browser during the Consumer Electronics Trade show in Las Vegas this week, and says that the specialized browser will provide the smoothest tablet and netbook experience on the market.

Source: mobileburn

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