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Nokia 770 Internet Tablet PC

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  • Internet tablet with ultra-slim design makes web browsing portable and convenient
  • Connects to open Wi-Fi networks (802.11b/g) or via cell phones using Bluetooth 1.2
  • Instant messaging and Internet telephony via Google Talk and Jabber
  • 4.1-inch LCD touchscreen with full-screen keyboard; wide variety of multimedia playback
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Screen Size15.6 inches
Screen Resolution800 x 480
Max Screen Resolution800 x 480 pixels
Processor0.252 GHz OMAP1710
RAM64 MB DDR
Hard Drive64 GB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 3 hours
Brand NameNokia
Item model numberN770
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows Vista
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H7.30 x 3 x 9 inches
Color black
Processor BrandTexas Instruments
Computer Memory TypeDDR SDRAM
  
Additional Information
ASINB000CSVZTU
Shipping Weight1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet fits your lifestyle, whatever you're doing. Chat with your friends using either instant messaging or Internet calling, or browse your favorite Web sites, catch up on your email, and much more. If you have broadband access over Wi-Fi connection (802.11b/g), the Nokia 770 gives you instant wireless access to the Web. You can also stream files, tune in to Internet radio, News Reader, or play your favorite videos and music. Additionally, the Nokia 770 can also connect to the Internet utilizing Bluetooth wireless technology via a compatible mobile phone. Nicely compact, the 770 measures 5.5 x 3.1 x 0.7 inches (WxHxD) and weighs just 8.1 ounces.

The Nokia 770 provides 128 MB of onboard flash memory and you can expand the memory capacity using Reduced Size MultiMedia Cards (RS-MMCs) up to 1 GB (a 64 MB card is included). You can also connect the Nokia 770 to a PC using the included USB cable to update software and transfer files from the PC to the a memory card. The 4.1-inch touchscreen has an 800 x 400-pixel resolution with up to 65,536 colors. You can access controls with your fingers (including the onscreen keyboard) or use the included stylus. The rechargable battery provides up to 7 days of standby time and up to 3 hours of continuous Web browsing or media playback.

The Linux-based Nokia Internet Tablet 2006 operating system includes the Opera web browser, which provides Flash 6 multimedia support, as well as the pre-installed Google Talk client for Internet calling and instant messaging (as well as Jabber software for IM). Other applications include an RSS feed reader (for accessing all your favorite news sources), a PDF reader, image viewer, Internet radio player, email client, and games (chess, mahjong, marbles). For multimedia playback, the N770 is compatible with MP3 and WMA digital audio files (as well as AAC, M3U, and WAV), Real Audio streams, and video files encoded as AVI or MPEG4.

What's in the Box
Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, two stylus pens, battery (BP-5L), 64 MB RS-MMC memory card, pouch, USB cable, earphone, desk stand, travel charger, Quick Start guide.

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The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet fits your lifestyle, whatever you're doing - wherever you're at Chat with your friends using either instant messaging or internet calling. Or browse your favorite sites, catch up on your email, and much more - from right where you are.

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The screen keyboard is great and easy to use.
Nicholas J. Thomas
WiFi performance is excellent - it picks up more neighborhood networks than any desktop in my home, and connecting to mine (ahem) was simple and quick.
George F. Rice
I had a problem with the on button not working right, went to website and downloaded latest firmware and it fixed the problem.
richman

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113 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas J. Thomas on December 24, 2005
Purchased mine from Nokia for $360 (didn't mind the wait) less a coupon of $50. Outstanding value for the price. Coupla glitches though (I am a SysAdmin). Most important: If you are planning on using the Bluetooth connectivity to "dial out" through your Bluetooth-capable phone and a data cellular account, be prepared for considerable frustration. Read the boards. It simply does not want to "pair up" to other devices (in my case, a Sony Ericsson P910a smart phone with T-Mobile data service). As of today I have not been able to get it to pair with the P910a. My notebook pairs and can use the Internet through the P910a just fine. However, the P910a is a Bluetooth 1.1 specification. The Nokia is a Bluetooth 1.2 specification. That shouldn't matter, but others report problems with Motorola phones too. The second issue is an issue, not a problem. The OS is, of necessity, simplistic (after all, it isn't a notebook PC for $1,000!). It does everything it says it will do (exception noted above) but there isn't a bunch of flexibility. The browser (Opera) works fine (bit spooky with some stylesheet depiction, but so are other browsers). WiFi is FAST. Connectivity with WiFi is easy. Some other posts claim the WiFi is weak. Not so. It picks up my entire neighborhood and office park! My new HP WiFi notebook can't compare! Screen is bright and easily visible. External (non screen) browser controls are a great benefit. Battery lasts quite a while. E-mail function works well. There are enough tunable parameters to satisfy most e-mail users (corporate servers, etc.) I don't care about "entertainment" but there is a sample video film trailer which is smooth and clear, and the MP3 player works well. No camera - thank you Nokia - so it can be used in a corporate environment. First additional purchase needs to be a screen protector for this large screen. The screen keyboard is great and easy to use. It would get a solid 5 if it weren't for the Bluetooth problems.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By K. Corn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 15, 2005
This is really a pretty cool device, kind of like having a portable internet connection, with the ability to browse the internet and make emails.

WHat is PARTICULARLY impressive is the relatively large screen size, amazingly large for an item that is meant to be small enough to stick in your pants pocket. The graphics are clear. You can listen to music, store files, check email and browse the web.

Specs are:

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

* OS based on Debian Linux, Nokia has made all their changes open source as the "maemo" project

* 4" 800×480 touch-screen

* 64MB memory plus RS-MMC card slot

* Size: 141mm x 79mm x 19mm

* Weight: 230g

It is NOT a phone (yet) but it is set to be able to make calls pretty son using VOIP technology when a software upgrade comes out in 2006 and then it will also do IMS at that point - pretty cool! . Until then, you'll have to be satisfied with what it can do as far as searching the internet and listening to music. If yo like the "latest" thing, this should keep you entertained.

By the way, it is also hard to get. Sold out everywhere but that ought to change after the holidays. When VOIP and IMS become available for this device and if they are reliable, I'd upgrade my rating to a 5.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Robert Nagle on June 20, 2006
If you're on the fence about buying the Nokia, here's a few things to come in mind.

First, the current OS is still a work-in-progress, but it's already developed a huge amount of geek interest and support. In midJune they just released the beta of the 2006 OS, and the actual release is expected in the next month or so.

Now here's the good news. People on the Nokia 770 bulletin boards have been absolutely raving about improvements they've noticed in the 2006 Beta. Adds VOIP support, Google talk, alarms for the Personal Information Manager, better interface, better package manager. (On the flip side, many of the apps for the 2005 version need to be respun--apparently no big deal though). Oddly, they had a fully functional microphone which they never enabled until the 2006 version of the OS.

On the software side, they've added a better contact app (which is still not great). The GPE open source application has undergone substantial improvements, and now that 2006 has alarms, that solves a major gripe people have had. FBReader is now the premier ebook reading program capable of reading PDB, HTML, RTF, TXT and FB2 files.

So before you buy, you might want to look up the improvements due to happen on the 770 real soon. And be pleasantly surprised. Now's a great time to buy the nokia, because the device is just about to hit its stride.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By George F. Rice on February 18, 2006
I'm a bit of a geek, and have been waiting for a *good*, under US$500 "real" computer that fits easily in my pocket.

Nokia delivered.

The 770 oozes quality, with a solid but not too heavy feel. WiFi performance is excellent - it picks up more neighborhood networks than any desktop in my home, and connecting to mine (ahem) was simple and quick. Downloading is FAST.

Put an RS-MMC card (up to 1 GB; a 64 MB is included) in the slot and connect the 770 to your desktop via USB, and it acts as a disk for transferring media or office files. The removable battery is also a nice touch; my PDAs usually required factory assistance in case of rechargable battery failure.

The 800x480 display is simply gorgeous, and well-supported with the dedicated "Full Screen" and zoom / unzoom buttons on top (in audio apps, zoom / unzoom becomes volume control). A "normal" 3.5 mm headphone jack makes the unit suitable as an MP3 player as well (my Palm has a "small" 2 mm jack for which headphones are hard to find).

First charge took about 4 hours while using the WiFi heavily; unplugged, the battery gauge dropped to half in about 2 hours. With WiFi off (a single click), I haven't budged the battery gauge yet.

The included Opera-based browser works exceptionally well. Video, audio and Internet radio worked glitch-free out of the box, and the other included software has been stable and reasonably functional.

Since it's based on very popular standards (*geek speek alert*: Debian Linux and GTK+ aka Gnome graphics), a LOT of software is already available for the 770, including productivity apps, games, and 2 Personal Information Managers. Neither PIM holds a candle to Palm (yet), but both are in active development and free.
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