Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Review
Apr 20, 2007, 02:15 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Nokia's latest device, the N800 Internet Tablet, is unique, to
say the least. It's not a smartphone, yet it can send and receive
e-mail messages; it's not a phone, yet it can make phone calls;
it's not a portable multimedia player; yet it can playback
audio/video files; and it's not a notebook, yet it can browser the
web. Are you confused yet? Alright, let's see if we can define the
Nokia N800 Internet Tablet. The N800 does a lot of things, but it
can't be placed in any one of the multitude of portable categories.
Nope, it's in a category all by itself.
"As the name suggests, the N800 is an Internet Tablet with a
primary function to browser the web. Everything else is value-adds.
With that said, it's a spiffy little device that's going to make
you go wow at the future of portability and technology..."