Hot Deal: Nokia N800 Internet tablet, $240

Sleek, responsive, fast and discounted--What more could you ask of an ultramobile computer?

Nokia N800 Internet tablet
Nokia N800 Internet tablet CNET Networks

Can't live without ultramobile access, great speed and free phone calls? Here's a great price and the answer to all your compulsions.

Listed elsewhere at almost $400, the does-it-all teeny Nokia N800 Internet tablet is offered at Buy.com at a reduced price. (With that Google checkout thing, it's even less.) Skype, surf, schedule and send e-mail. This lustworthy gizmo does everything but pick up the groceries. Oh wait, if you text your list to a grocery delivery service to get them to bring the food to your house, then yeah, it does that too. And it's not that much bigger than a deck of cards. Did I mention the pop-out Webcam?

So while you're avoiding the iPod Touch bandwagon, livecasting, chatting internationally for free, or whatever, heed CNET Reviews' Bonnie Cha and enjoy the N800's "integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity for accessing the Web on the go...outstanding browser...sleeker design, gorgeous screen...VoIP support, instant messaging, RSS news reader, media player and dual expansion slots."

What: Nokia N800 Internet Tablet
How much: $239.99
Shipping: Free
Where: Buy.com (via LogicBuy)
When: Through unknown date
Click here for CNET's product review .

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