The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet fits your lifestyle, whatever you're doing. Chat with your friends using either instant messaging or Internet calling, or browse your favorite Web sites, catch up on your email, and much more. If you have broadband access over Wi-Fi connection (802.11b/g), the Nokia 770 gives you instant wireless access to the Web. You can also stream files, tune in to Internet radio, News Reader, or play your favorite videos and music. Additionally, the Nokia 770 can also connect to the Internet utilizing Bluetooth wireless technology via a compatible mobile phone. Nicely compact, the 770 measures 5.5 x 3.1 x 0.7 inches (WxHxD) and weighs just 8.1 ounces.
This Nokia N770 also comes with the GPS navigation kit, so you can turn it into a sat nav unit to ensure getting from A to B is as easy as surfing the web.
The Nokia 770 provides 128 MB of onboard flash memory and you can expand the memory capacity using Reduced Size MultiMedia Cards (RS-MMCs) up to 1 GB (a 64 MB card is included). You can also connect the Nokia 770 to a PC using the included USB cable to update software and transfer files from the PC to the a memory card. The 4.1-inch touchscreen has an 800 x 400-pixel resolution with up to 65,536 colors. You can access controls with your fingers (including the onscreen keyboard) or use the included stylus. The rechargable battery provides up to 7 days of standby time and up to 3 hours of continuous Web browsing or media playback.
The Linux-based Nokia Internet Tablet 2006 operating system includes the Opera web browser, which provides Flash 6 multimedia support, as well as the pre-installed Google Talk client for Internet calling and instant messaging (as well as Jabber software for IM). Other applications include an RSS feed reader (for accessing all your favorite news sources), a PDF reader, image viewer, Internet radio player, email client, and games (chess, mahjong, marbles). For multimedia playback, the N770 is compatible with MP3 and WMA digital audio files (as well as AAC, M3U, and WAV), Real Audio streams, and video files encoded as AVI or MPEG4.