Summary: I have been using my N800 for a week now. I have to say it is an amazing device. I will add this right away, if you have vision issues you might not have as much fun using this, or other, devices of this size and resolution. Reason being they are packing 800x480 pixels in a small screen size.
Summary: The N800 I bought came with the Opera browser built in. The latest OS I hear has Mozilla. With Opera you can surf the web at home using your wifi, and save pages with images to view later. I've done this with maps and with apartment listings when I was apartment hunting.
Summary: First I have to admit that I should have made this a comparison to the iTouch but I while don't have an iTouch,I do have a iPhone. And although the Nokia N800 is not a phone, you can make Skype calls on it. Nokia N800 has a camera, the iPhone has a camera.
Summary: I've had this product for two days and, so far, I like it a lot. I bought it mainly to use as a voip phone. Out of the box, it worked well until I turned it off for the first time. After that the wireless stubbornly remained off, no matter what the setting.
Summary: I have now been using this for a few weeks...and love it. After using the Sony "mylo" for about a year, I finally had to look for something better. Haven't had the chance to use the new Mylo, but could care less. The N800 does everything I need, and more.
Summary: I travel a lot and own a small business, so I need to have a computer to access emails and manage internet activity. For my short 2-3 day trips, this pocket computer works great. It is much better than a PDA phone, since you get full web pages displayed, and much more portable than my laptop.