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Nokia N800 Internet Tablet Review & Video

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The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet is a tiny little wonder. It's about the size of a smartphone or PDA, but it has a lot more functionality. It's not quite the same as a Tablet PC, but it's very similar to a slate Tablet since there is no keyboard. My first impression of the N800 was it's too small, who would want to use it to access the Internet. Well, my opinion quickly changed after I used it for a few days.

Scrolling through applications was simple and performance wise I had no problems with it. The N800 scrolled through applications in seconds and didn't take any time to boot-up either. I was impressed by how easily it connected to my office's Wi-Fi, so off to work I went. The N800 would be a great companion for travelers who don't need all the extra bulk of a notebook.

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