Nokia 770 Review
Eric Bangeman from ArsTechnica has written an all-round review of Nokia’s latest portable communication gadget.
In case you don’t know, the 770 is a Linux based PDA-like device and the main functions are internet surfing and e-mail reading that we mentioned here back in May.
In short, this is the pros and cons list, but the whole article is an interesting read and gives a much more in-depth impression.
- Beautiful, high-resolution display
- Web browser
- Button placement and navigation
- Stable Linux OS
- Audio and video players
- 802.11b/g and Bluetooth support
- Size and form factor
- Speed of UI and application/window slipping
- Meager amount of RAM
- Poorly executed e-mail application
- Choice of RS-MMC
- Poor handwriting recognition
- Lack of client software for PC, Mac, Linux
- No support for importing bookmarks or RSS feeds