It's a PDA? It's a Phone? No it's the N800 Tablet
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10 May 2007
The Nokia N800 internet tablet features a large 4.1-inch 800x480 touchscreen display, WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth, a mini-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphones jack. It runs off a 320Mhz TI CPU, and 128MB RAM, and includes 256MB of flash storage and two SD slots. The WiFi reception on the Nokia N800 is better than I have seen on other WiFi enabled devices, including my brand new laptop at home. This thing can pick up networks further away than my computer can pick up. Connecting to area WiFi networks is also very easy. Networks within range are displayed on the device, and you can pick which one you want to connect to. Applications pre-installed on the phone include: RSS Feed Reader Media Player Image Viewer File Manager Web Browser Jabber / Google Talk Contact Book Calculator World Clock & Alarm Notes PDF Reader Sketch Games: Chess, Blocks, Mahjong, Marbles But with the device being of open-source nature the possibility of applications to be installed is endless, there are already numerous applications available from maemo.org which make this device even better than it already is.... Nokia even promote developers making their own programs. [HOWEVER DONT FORGET THIS DEVICE IS NOT A MOBILE PHONE] it can connect via bluetooth for OBEX file transfer and link to a mobile phone, I have mine linked to a Nokia N95 and can use my vodafone GPRS settings on the device when I am out of WiFi range which is always handy but can be quite costly.
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