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Nokia N800 Internet Tablet: $232.99

October 6, 2007 in Nokia Phone Deals

ently slashed the price of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet to $232.99 with free shipping. As usual, get 10 bucks off by signing up as a new Google Checkout customer. (only works if you aren’t a current GCO user, Google isn’t that stupid…)

The N800 is a pocket-sized touch-screen device that’s slim enough to slip into a pocket. While it’s designed for on-the-go web browsing, the tablet also functions as a capable media player, ebook reader, and VoIP phone. It runs the Linux-based and aptly-named Internet Tablet OS, so finding compatible applications is easy enough.

Installation may or may not be a different matter, depending on your level of geekiness.

The official two-part Nokia Phone Blog review of the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet

The Nokia N800 for $232.99 at Buy.com

The Nokia N800: now available for $232.99 at Buy.com

The Nokia N800: now available for $232.99 at Buy.com

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