OH SNAP!!1! Nokia’s UI skills aren’t up to the level of M$ Windows, says eWeek Europe…

Nokia is rubbish at user interfaces. Historicaly [sic], its systems are eventually well-enough liked, but that’s because they’ve been improved step-by-step, and users have become acclimatised to the Byazantine mess of menus the company usually lays on a product. 

Comparing any UI to Windows is a bit harsh, but I do agree that a pre-installed Linux distro would make Nokia’s “Booklet” a more appealing product.

How hard could it be to whip up a non-touch netbook version of Maemo, anyway?

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