Nokia staff at the 3GSM show have revealed that Nokia is working on follow-on models to the Linux-based Nokia 770, which Personal Tech Pipeline <a href="http://www.personaltechpipeline.com/177105897">reviewed recently</a>. The 770 is a table form-factor device with an 800x480 screen optimized for Web surfing.

Mike Elgan, Contributor

February 14, 2006

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Nokia staff at the 3GSM show have revealed that Nokia is working on follow-on models to the Linux-based Nokia 770, which Personal Tech Pipeline reviewed recently. The 770 is a table form-factor device with an 800x480 screen optimized for Web surfing.They said similar devices would ship later this year, and hinted that at least one might include a full, QWERTY keyboard.

Nokia also said that the tablet will be strong on VoIP, which will be provided by Google (probably Google Talk or a variant thereof).

In other Nokia 770 news, a Linux Web site called LinuxDevices.com has launched a discussion forum dedicated to the device.

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