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Highly Discounted Linux Web Tablets Pop Up

Jun 29, 2007, 18:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"At least two large online retailers are selling Nokia's 770 Internet Tablet for $140. Originally priced at $400, the 770 was Nokia's first Linux-based consumer device--and arguably the first product in an emergent new generation of pocketable WiFi-connected Web tablets.

"Compared to Nokia's second-generation N800 Internet Tablet, the 770 has a slower processor, less RAM, only one speaker, and fewer expansion slots. Additionally, the Nokia-sponsored Maemo.org project's newest Linux-based operating system release ('Tablet OS 2007') is available for the 770 only in an unsupported "hacker" release..."

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