By June 24, 2007

Nokia N800 Internet Tablet unboxed

The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet is a welcome update to the popular, yet under-powered, N770. The N800 features a faster CPU and more RAM and also includes an VGA camera for video calling.

We thought that the Nokia N800 was an interesting looking device and wondered if it could work as a mobile internet companion. Here’s a first look video of the device with an unbox and a quick look at some of features.

Over the next few weeks Nokia Nick will be posting his review of the device while he uses it in a real-world environment.

The Nokia N800 Internet tablet provides the user with an Internet calling device with all the portable Internet and media service the user will desire. The tablet is compact and beautifully designed with usability in mind and measures 75 x 144 x 13 mm which is slim and easy to hold in a single hand.

So far I’m quite liking the Nokia N800, the screen is stunning and web browsing is a pleasure. There isn’t a working version of Skype or MSN messenger for the device yet (as far as we know) but are apparently in the pipeline.

Nokia N800 Specification:

  • Internet Tablet OS 2007 Edition Operating System
  • 4.1 Inch 65k Colour Touch Screen 800 x 480 pixels
  • 330MHz TI OMAP 2420 CPU
  • 128 Mbytes RAM & 256 Mbytes Flash ROM
  • Built-in VGA Camera
  • 2 x SDHC Compatible memory card slots
  • Bluetooth® 2.0
  • WiFi: 802.11b/g
  • FM Radio
  • High quality stereo speakers and microphone
  • 3.5 hours browsing and approximately 288 hours standby battery time
  • 75 x 144 x 13 mm
  • 206 grams
  • Internet Calling with Video
  • Built in email client
  • RSS Feed reader
  • Instant Messaging
  • Media Player
  • Opera 8 Browser
  • Flash 7 compatible
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