Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Review
Has this Linux-based tablet appeared in order to replace the 90-series and compensate for the absence of a Nokia phone with a touch-sensitive screen? Rather not. These devices are oriented towards complementing simpler phones (not smartphones) and are entirely meant for use in places with a wireless internet connection such as homes, offices or public places. The internet tablets aim at mobile internet and entertainment and that is why one will not find any complicated organizers or other business functions in them, simply they are not intended to perform that way.
In the set, apart from the device itself and the charger, you will find standard stereo headphones, a USB computer connection cable, a carry-case, an additional stylus, a memory card adapter, and, of course, an instruction manual.
Unlike its ‘predecessor’, the N800 does not have a solid metal sheet for its corpus and screen in the form of a removable lid. It us protected only by a soft case that would not prevent damage at dropping but is nevertheless very stylish and a good safeguard against scratching in one’s pockets or handbag.