Nokia N800 available at CompUSA

It looks like the successor to the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet we all thought was called the 870 has in fact joined the company’s other "multimedia computers" in the Nseries line.


The little CompUSA sticker in the upper right corner of the box and the third comment left on Engadget’s post ("I just put this out on the shelf at compUSA today!!! Crazy!") make it quite clear that the Linux device should be ready for purchase by all the folks who get some real or virtual hands-on time with it at CES. Ridiculously high resolution pictures (3888 x 2592) at Flickr; official box specs below.


Top left of box:
Nokia N800 Internet Tablet – Welcome to the Nokia Nseries

  • Easy Internet connection over Wi-Fi or compatible mobile phone
  • Web on a portable size tablet with high-resolution widescreen display
  • Internet communications: Internet calling with web camera, instant messaging and e-mail
  • Access to Internet at home or on-the-go with high quality stereo audio

Top right of box:
Photo of N800 with lines and numbers corresponding to various features of the device: zoom in and out, VGA webcam, ergonomic keys for Internet usage (whatever that means), integrated desk stand, high-resolution 4.13" touch screen, high sensitivity microphone, stereo audio out connector, stereo loudspeakers, and mini USB connector. The N800 is also Bluetooth-enabled with support for Google Talk.


Unofficial though widely accepted additional specs include the Internet 2006 operating system and SD and RS-MMC slots.

No word on price yet, but considering that the 770 was about $350, this guy can’t be that much more. We’ll know soon enough and if it’s priced well and readily available, maybe you’ll see a full review or two of it here.

[Ring Nokia]
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