He's showing us a video he made. It's Ifi and a camel, complete with the Rocky soundtrack.
The video ended before anything much happened. Still, nice app.
An exclusive game Dragon's Adventure based on 'how to train your dragon' is on the tablet
Nokia Music is on the tablet too. He's showing Muse, who are unquestionably the best band in the world.
Maybe that's just my opinion.
It runs on Windows RT -- not proper Windows 8. Why, Nokia, why?
The Nokia power keyboard wraps around the tablet as a cover, but unfolds to be a full keyboard and trackpad. It also gives an extra 5 hours of battery life -- up to 16 hours in total -- as well as two USB ports.
The charger will give 50% power in only 40 minutes -- handy for a quick charge in an airport
In the US and UK first later this year
It'll be in black, white, blue and red
The keyboard will cost an extra $149
Remember -- Windows RT does not let you install your own apps as full Windows 8 does. You'll only be able to use apps from the Windows 8 app store. There are not a massive amount of apps in there.
"Much wil change and evolve as we become one company [with Microsoft]" Elop Says, but some thigns will remain.
That looks like a wrap. Lots of colourful videos on screen now and music that is, frankly way too loud.
Oh great, turn it up even more.
Elop walks off stage. Yep, I think we're done here.
Thanks for joining us, I hope you're full to burst with Nokia news! Make sure to keep your eyes on CNET.com now for hands ons with the new products as well as photos, and videos to come later.