Summary: I bought an N800 as an alternative to an e-reader...I figured the added functionality of the internet tablet would make up for any limitations. The only problem I have is that I can't reformat some pdf documents the way I'd like..
Summary: I first learned of the Nokia N800 by accident just looking at PDA sights on the Internet. The more I learned about it the more I wanted it. A newer model (the N810) came out so I compared the newer and the older models and the older one won hands down.
Summary: I have been using my n800 for about 3 weeks now, and I have yet to find all the uses for it. WiFi connectivity is solid, and the web browser is fully functional. Skype works very well, so it is my phone of choice; Pidgin is a good IM tool; the built-in music player is solid (not flashy), and movies...
Summary: For the features and price that the N800 goes for, I have found it to be a good purchase. I planned to give this gift to my brother for Christmas and since he's not the techno junkie that I am, I had about a week to setup and toy around with the N800.
Summary: I don't know didley about Linux. So, I bought the N800 only after convincing myself I could deal with the unknown and really tiny typefaces. I've had a bunch of fun with this thing in the four months I've owned it. But you have to realize a few things. It's not a cell phone.
Summary: This gadget was reborn with the new OS (OS 2008). The browser does everything that a full browser does, and youtube works beautifully on the new OS. The scrolling rss news feeder in the home screen is an excellent way to get news updates.
Summary: This is a wonderful little PC that works! You can surf the internet, read and write email, listen to music or podcasts, watch videocasts or movies. I even used it to remotely control other computers. This is a great little product for a really good price. I highly recommend it. I would buy it again.
Summary: Absolutely amazing. Am seventeen and was looking for a goal to shoot for with my programming lessons. Went out on a limb and decided to write software for Maemo. Works flawlessly. Ebooks, music, Python, Wifi, Bluetooth, Security software(Nmap, Aircrack), Writing. All open-source.
Summary: When I see the Nokia N800 over the internet I say... well looks nice... but maybe is just too big, or maybe the ipod touch is a better deal... but this product is not a mp3 player, but can be!! Is not a picture viewer, but can be; is not a video player.. BUT CAN BE!!! In fact..