Next up was Opera's product manager for Opera Mini and Opera Mobile, Phillip Grønvold, who proceeded to demonstrate the performance of the mobile versions of Opera's web browser on an Apple iPad, an ASUS Eee Pad and an iPhone.

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Last but definitely not least, Kevan showed off Opera Mini running off various embedded devices such as a Philips Blu-ray player and keyboard PC which is known as the Vodafone Webbox:

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And just so you know, we should probably point out that the latest version of the Opera web browser, 11.50, has been released for download as a public beta yesterday.

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