What’s particularly compelling about the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is that it’s not only the first to be billed as an “Internet Tablet,” but also its software is built entirely from open source components. Parts of it come as a result of direct community participation via the Nokia 770’s community site. Somewhere between a PDA and a laptop, Nokia’s 770 uses software built entirely from open source components.
LinuxWorld Product Review: The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet
Submitted by Jane Walker 2006-08-22 Wireless 3 Comments
but also its software is built entirely from open source components.
It could be open source or proprietary, that’s not what concerns me. What I am concerned about is will this work for me? Does it have the applications I need to make my life easier? At a quick glance yes and if I was commuting between places I’d say yes. The screenshots are not doing it much justice though. They seem a bit cluttered.