"The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is a thin black handheld device
with a Linux operating system and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity,
but, unlike most Nokia handhelds, it's not a cell phone. Instead,
it's a fun way to connect to the Internet. The latest version shows
promise, but it's still not quite ready for prime time.
"The 770 is powered by a 220MHz ARM chip, with 128MB of flash
memory built in and a 64MB RS-MMC (Reduced Size Multimedia Card)
included. The device is roughly 5 inches long, 3 inches tall, a
little over half an inch thick, and weighs in at about half a
pound. In other words, it's sized somewhere between a Pocket PC and
a Tablet PC..."
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