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Though it may look like one, the N800 is not a PDA, rather it's a mobile device that lets you surf the Web via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. You also can use it to make VoIP calls, instant message, and enjoy music and video.

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The N800 boasts a beautiful touch screen that displays 65,000 colors at a sharp 800x480 pixel resolution.

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The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet got a bit of a makeover in the new year with a new silver face. It's also slightly thinner and lighter than its predecessor, the Nokia 770.

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The Nokia N800 is comfortable to hold and has a solid construction.

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If you get sick of holding the device, the N800 has a new kickstand you can use to prop it up on a desk for all to admire.

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The Nokia N800 Internet Tablet is designed for on-the-go Web browsing, and its portable design certainly makes it easy to do so.

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Unlike the Nokia 770, which had an aluminum hard cover, the Nokia N800 only ships with a soft protective case.

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On the right spine of the N800, you will find the stylus, a standard stereo headphone jack, a power connector, and a mini USB port.

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There are buttons to zoom on top of the unit, to zoom in and out of pages, switch to full-screen mode, and power on/off the device, but they're all really small and clumped close together.

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Navigation controls are to the left of the screen, including a four-way directional keypad and a center select button.

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A cool new feature of the Nokia N800 is a built-in Webcam found on the device's left side.

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The Nokia N800 features two expansion slots: one on the bottom of the device and one behind the battery cover. Both can accept up to 2GB cards.

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