Nokia 770 (Model: 770 Internet Tablet) Specs and Info

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Nokia 770 Specifications

Manufacturer Nokia
Model name 770
Model id 770 Internet Tablet
CPU Xscale
CPU speed 266 Mhz
FanlessYES
OS Linux Maemo
Display Size
4.1" 800 X 480
Display Type
LED b/l, Soft (Finger) Touch
RAM 64 MB
SSD 0.1 GB
Weight (Minimum) 290gm / 0.64 pounds
Size 141/79/19.0 mm
Size 5.6/3.1/0.7 inches
Physical Interfaces USB
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
Wireless Interfaces802.11b
802.11g
BT1.2
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
AdditionalAC Adaptor
Stand
Case
*Specifications can vary
The Nokia 770 sits at the low-end of the ultra-mobile PC market but performs well with daily tasks. The latest software upgrade looks to be a good optimisation excersise. Voice over IP, Web browsing, email and audio streaming are the Nokias plus points. Users wanting a video player will be dissapointed.

Nokia 770 alternatives

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Clarion MiND, 4.8 inch, 323 grams (0.71 lbs)
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