Sunday, January 07, 2007

Nokia's Linux-Powered N800 Internet Tablet Sneaks Out Early

The unit also has two SD (Secure Digital) flash memory card slots, whereas the 770 only had a single RS-MMC (reduced size multimedia cards) slot. One of these slots is located as an internal slot under the back cover, and the other is located under the memory card cover on the front corner of the tablet. Both memory cards can be hot swapped in and out while the unit's powered up.

Santa come back, I need to make a few changes!

Talk about bad timing. I can can only imagine that they wouldn't have been able to meet demand anyway. While far from perfect, this machine looks, finally, like something that is usable without too many constraints (pretty much a basic requirement for a "general purpose" computing device wouldn't you say?)

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