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Nokia N800 Tablet PC

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Nokia N800 Tablet PC
 
5.0

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5.0

first was the pager,then cell phone,and laptop, now the N800

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from Pasadena, CA

Comments about Nokia N800 Tablet PC:

can't wait for the N810 ...hopefully they'll make N900,then N910 .., the next revolution in communication beside laptop and cell phones. Keep it in your pocket, discreet device unlike a fancy laptop. The best part is that you can take this device anywhere with wifi technologies to connect. I am sure more and more wifi hotspot will be available on a wider coverage in the following years or so.

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5.0

A handy internet-enabled device

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from Chatham, IL

Comments about Nokia N800 Tablet PC:

The Nokia N800 is a handheld tablet PC.  I say this because at first glance it looks like an overgrown iPhone.  Anywhere there is a wi-fi connection, the Nokia N800 can access the internet.

By using a stylus on the touch screen, you can enter text (by using a keyboard displayed on the touch screen), send e-mail and surf.  Depending on how good your eyes are, you may want to use the zoom feature to enlarge something on the screen.

The operating system is a version of Linux.  There are some Java animations or scrollers that this does not seems to be able to handle.  But maybe this just points out that some sites have** too many** interactive, animated features.  (Those of you who need to hear this, take heed.)

It is a little bit of a pain to use a stylus on the touch screen, rather than use a physical keyboard.  I see that the Nokia N810 has a real keyboard, although I have not tried that model. 

All in all it is a nifty little device.  If you want mobile computing, you should take a look at the Nokia N800.

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