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No device in my memory has elicited such excitement and anticipation as the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. The unique web surfing device while a little light on hardware specs promises a simple experience for email handling and web browsing and since it’s based on the open […]

No device in my memory has elicited such excitement and anticipation as the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. The unique web surfing device while a little light on hardware specs promises a simple experience for email handling and web browsing and since it’s based on the open source Maemo the ability to expand the capabilities has many people chomping at the bit. Ars Tecnica has published a thorough review of the 770 that answers all questions about the Internet Tablet and describes in detail the user experience, including some free programs already appearing on the web for the device. Check out the review for the whole scoop.

By James Kendrick

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