Nokia 770 Internet Tablet (Linux based)



The Nokia 770 linux based Internet Tablet will have it’s US debut on November 17th. The details on hardware specs on the device are available at linuxdevices.com, and there’s a news forum available at internettablettalk. I highlighted the tablet a few weeks back, but there was no specific date for U.S. release. The device will use a debian based Linux distro called Maemo and will sport around 3 hours battery life with continuous wi-fi usage. The price is ~$359.

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