Nokia's New N800 4.1'' Tablet Review

Posted: Feb 26 2007, 2:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:06am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Nokia's New N800 4.1'' Tablet Review
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Nokia brings more to the table (or should we say tablet) with its N800 Internet Table. The N800 is lugged with new features that’s pretty impressive.

The body of the N800 hasn’t been altered much, except that it’s thinner and the edges are rounded. The 4.1 inch screen remains the same, except for the on-screen keyboard which craftily detects fat fingers and adjusts the buttons size accordingly. It also forces you to make constant use of the stylus. A useful add-on is the attached handy stand that elevates the device. Like the N770, Linux OS still exists, which users will adjust to fairly quickly.Other rich features the N800 offers are: A digital camera that conveniently pops out when needed, a QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, RSS reader, and Opera 8 web browser. For entertainment this lofty device supports Windows Media Files, MP3 and other audio and video formats. The body of this tablet can handle two SD Card readers, which support up to 2GB of storage.

Full review at Pocket Lint

By Eric Raby

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