Nokia has brought out special black editions of three of its popular multimedia computers, dubbing them the N70 Music Edition, N73 Music Edition, and N91 8GB.
The most important changes from the normal editions is that these feature dedicated music access keys, come with the Nokia PC Suite and new software, and have increased storage capacity for music files.
Managing music on the devices has been simplified as you can build and edit playlists directly on the device, and synchronise directly with your PC.
In addition, the N70 now features 1GB of built in memory; the N73, 2GB; and the N91, a whopping 8GB. All the devices support MP3 and AAC files, and have a 3.5mm stereo headset plug.
The N91 8GB can hold up to 6000 songs, and comes with a music-optimised headset and remote control, the ability to synch with Windows Media player, and supports Bluetooth connectivity.
The N73 has special integrated stereo speakers, synchs with Windows Media Player, supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, and WMA, and features a 3.2MP camera.
The special editions of the N70 and N73 will be available in October, while the N91 8GB is expected to hit the shelves by the end of 2006. Prices are €520, €450, and €550 respectively.