It’s a month late, but the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is in Europe. This Linux-powered unit is designed for power surfing, but it does not have phone capabilities. Connectivity is powered by Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth 1.2.
The device sports a massive 4-inch diagonal touch screen (800×480 pixels) which takes up most of the space on the front of the machine. It has 64MB of RAM and 64MB of memory storage, with an RS-MMS card expansion slot to add more memory.
It comes loaded with all sorts of software – web browser with Flash 6, e-mail, news reader, image viewer, media player and most of everything else you will need for your surfing. It supports all the video, audio and image formats that you will need and regular software updates are expected to fill in any holes.
Navigation is done with the controls on the left side of the unit or using the on-screen keyboard that was also seen in the Nokia 7710. It weighs just 230g and costs about $425 if you are in Paris and want to pick one up.