We keep calling it an Internet Tablet like Nokia tells us to, hoping that makes it true. You know what we mean: pop-out keyboard, 3G data, other fancy stuff. All the same, there's definitely a lot to love about Nokia's N800 followup to the 770, including that peppier 330MHz Texas Instruments processor and built-in webcam. Looks like the general consensus is that the N800 is a well executed device, with a beautiful screen, but just falls short of mass appeal. Notable notable omissions include PIM functionality and PC syncing, and video playback is a bit choppy. Otherwise, the N800 should appeal to heavy internet users and VoIP junkies with $400 burning a hole in their pockets, but don't expect to replace your laptop, PDA or cellphone just yet.

[Thanks, Eugenia]

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