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Nokia 770 Internet Tablet ships in Europe

Nov 4, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Nokia has begun selling its much-anticipated 770 Internet Tablet through a direct-sales website serving 12 European countries. The device is still listed in the “expected soon” area of Nokia's US website, however.

The 770 Internet Tablet is Nokia's first consumer product based on Linux. It is a small tablet based on a 220MHz ARM processor, with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth, and various Internet clients.

The 770 was expected to ship in September, at prices around $350, but was delayed last month, for unknown reasons. The device has been approved by the FCC for sale in the US.

The 770 is available through Nokia's direct sales European website, which serves Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the UK. It is priced at 349 Euros (~$412).

Meanwhile, US users can sign up for email availability alerts through a product information page on Nokia's US website.

Further information about the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, including specs and photos, are here:

Nokia debuts Linux-powered Internet tablet

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