If you live in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden or the UK, you will be able to get your hands on the Nokia 770 Internet tablet (No word on availability in North America). The 770 is a device intended for people who already have one more computers at home. The 770 is designed primarily for browsing the web and doing email using a WiFi network. When WiFi is not available, a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone can be used.
It measures 141 x 79 x 19 mm and weighs 230 grams. It features a widescreen (800×480) touch screen capable of 65K colours, 128MB of Flash memory and supports Bluetooth 1.2. It runs on the Linux-based Internet Tablet 2005 software edition. Software includes a browser, a Flash player, an email client and more. Future upgrades will add services like VOIP and instant messaging.
Pricing varies by country but is around 350 €.