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Washington Post: It Does Little, and Not Very Well

“The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet ought to possess all the
ingredients necessary for tech success. This thin, light
device–essentially, a touch-sensitive color screen framed by a few
buttons–looks like an artifact from science fiction. It comes from
a company with a long history of innovation in mobile devices. And
it runs on the tinkering-friendly, open-source Linux operating
system.

“But while this $360 gadget might fit in great on ‘Star Trek,’
in the real world it competes with a galaxy of other handheld
devices–most of which do more than the Nokia 770, and do it far
more reliably and gracefully…”


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