Nokia 770 Internet Tablet - a handheld computer from Nokia ("Internet tablet" according to Nokia classification), announced at LinuxWorld Summit in New York on May 25, 2005 .  The device is designed to use wireless Internet, view email. Text and voice ( VoIP ) communication over the Internet is possible using the pre-installed Chat and Internet Call applications that support Google Talk and Jabber services, as well as using an additional client that is installed for the Gizmo5 VoIP service. Applications are preinstalled for Internet radio, reading RSS , viewing images and documents in PDF format, etc. Using third-party utilities, you can use the tablet’s miniUSB port in USB host mode, as well as expand the functionality of the Bluetooth module, in particular, connect to a tablet wireless a keyboard that supports a standard HID profile (for example, Nokia SU-8W) and an external GPS navigator.
|Communications||Wi-Fi 802.11g, Bluetooth 1.2, USB 1.1 (miniUSB)|
|Sales start||November 11, 2005|
|Dimensions||141 × 79 × 19 mm with a protective cover; 135 × 78 × 16 mm without cover|
|operating system||Maemo Internet Tablet OS 2006|
|CPU||Texas Instruments OMAP 1710, 252 MHz|
|Flash memory||128 MB Flash|
|Memory card||RS-MMC or MMCmobile|
|Enter||resistive touch screen|
|Screen||800 × 480, 4.1 ', 65536 colors|
In 2007, Nokia announced the release of the N800 , which replaced the Nokia 770 in the company's range of handheld computers.
- Nokia N800
- Nokia N810
- Nokia N900