Nokia E51 is the business

In the boardroom Blackberry is sooo 2006 – all the city kids these days want something smaller they won't be ashamed to whip out while they orde

In the boardroom Blackberry is sooo 2006 – all the city kids these days want something smaller they won't be ashamed to whip out while they order another Krug.That's what Nokia's hoping anyway. It's dared to release a business-centric phone without a QWERTY board and with a 2MP camera and FM radio - people will talk.Natch it's HSDPA and well built too - with a hardy stainless steel body.Backing up its pin-strip credentials are the four quick access buttons around the navigation key to quickly access the email, contacts, and calendar apps and a home button to get speedily back to the main screen - time is money after all.The thorny issue of setting up corporate email is solved by a handy wizard and there's also VoIP on board for cheapo international calls.Come to think of it, stuff the suits – we're keeping this one for ourselves.EssentialsNokia E51Price: £285 sim freeOn sale: Q4 2007Contact: NokiaRelated stories:New Palm arrives next monthTouchscreen LG KS20 gets smarthttp://stuff.tv/news/new-nokias-take-on-the-iphone!1/default.aspx