The Nokia 770 features a large 800x480 widescreen display with zoom and on-screen keyboard. Nokia says it is the ideal device to surf the internet over a Wi-Fi network. Besides Wi-Fi the Nokia 770 also supports Bluetooth to connect to the internet via a mobile phone.
Some of the highlighted applications for the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet are RSS news readers, image viewers, media players for selected types of media and also Internet radio.
Nokia's 770 runs on the Nokia Internet Tablet 2500 software which is based on Linux. The company said the maemo development platform will provide Open Source developers and innovation houses with the tools and opportunities to collaborate with Nokia on future devices and OS releases in the Internet Tablet category.
The Linux based Nokia Internet Tablet 2005 software edition includes widely deployed desktop Linux and Open Source technologies.
The device will start shipping in the third quarter of 2005, pricing isn't available yet.