Nokia promotes N800 internet tablet with new video
They kinda snuck the N800 Internet Tablet under the radar at CES in Las Vegas, but now that word is out, they want everyone and their mother to get one. Nokia has just released a promotional video for the N800, a WiFi-only device that serves as the successor to the popular Nokia 770. To refresh, this touchscreen machine has got a VGA camera, a pair of miniSD expansion slots, stereo speakers, 246MB of Flash memory, 128MB RAM, a 320MHz processor, and VoIP support for when you want to get some mobile chatting on (with video calls too).
The video highlights a seamless connection, a widescreen display, instant messaging, and “internet media at your fingertips.” Powered by Linux, the highly portable Nokia N800 is available now with an asking price of $400.
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