Excerpt: I found this product on sale with an on-line retailer. I so love gadgets and figured if it at least was good for keeping up with my emails it would be worth the $200. Well, to my surprise, this little device has become a constant companion. Though ti's main function is for email and web-surfing, I find it great for note-taking (I've purchased a blue-tooth keyboard) and writing.
Summary: Likes: 1) functional web tablet. 2) price is right. 3) good browser, I switch from default to Opera Mobile. 4) fm radio, rss reader, audio recorder, mp3 player, video player..and a lot more! 5) Linux base open system, be sure to upgrade to 2008 os for full speed. 6) portable and slim. 7) user replacement battery! 8) two memory slots. 9) very responsive touch screen, and very clear screen except right side lighting effect. Dislikes: 1) battery life is just ok not great.
Summary: I bought the Nokia N800 for portable internet by way of WIFI. It came already upgraded to OS 2008. I like to check my Facebook and two websites that I am an administrator. I have the weather app also that is on the home screen for instant weather checking. Small in size to fit in my work uniform pocket.
Summary: This is the perfect device for people who need a computer that they can fit intheir pocket it. If you want something to check your email, go on video calling, or even play online games then this product is perfect. It is definetly like having a laptop right in your pocket. Plus it also comes with a revolving camera that comes in use with video calling or just taking pictures.
Summary: This is actually my second tablet, the first was a 770 that died after one day use. In that day though, I fell in love with the form factor, the operating system, the speed compared to similar devices, and just the handiness of not having to boot my whole computer to surf and check e-mail. The n800 offers all the versatility that the 770 should have had; 2 SD slots supporting 64GB of memory, 128MB of RAM, camera, skype..
Summary: This gadget connects wirelessly, seamlessly to the internet through its wifi feature. I have trouble connecting the keyboard via bluetooth to this unit, I really cannot figure it out why. Overall, Skype functions are excellent and convenient to use. Media player is OK.
Summary: Touchscreen, internet (wifi), im, videochat, up to 16GB of storage (flash memory), all in one - for $100? Forget the Ipod Touch - the Nokia N800 meets and surpasses all the standards the ipod touch. It's cheaper with a bigger screen - and customizable! You can add many more applications and games - for free! - You can hook it up to a GPS receiver - download maps - music, videos - pretty much - you can do anything on the go! What more could you ask for?
Summary: I really like that it uses a wider varity of memory cards. The screen is excellent. My only quibble is the keys on the top are now smaller and less convient. I do like that the power on/off button is slightly recessed and is less prone to being pressed accidentally. If I were redesigning the layout I would move the top buttons to the right side, and leave the front buttons where they are. Or move the entire button suite to the right side.
Summary: The Nokia internet Tablet was the Poor Man's iPhone/iPod Touch years before the Apple versions came out. It's more like an internet machine that plays media, while the Touch is the reverse. it can't compete with the iPod for music playing, but it's passable and has the zippiest internet radio out there. And no, it's not a cell phone, but VOIP works well (FREE calls that integrate well with GrandCentral.com).