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NOKIA 770 INTERNET TABLET - £233.61

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Go ahead - move the Web! With the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet you can browse your favorite sites and catch up on your email - from right where you are. Whether you're relaxing on the sofa or enjoying th…
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Go ahead - move the Web! With the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet you can browse your favorite sites and catch up on your email - from right where you are. Whether you're relaxing on the sofa or enjoying the moment at your favorite cafe, if you have broadband access over WI-FI the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet gives you instant wireless access to the Web. You can also stream files, tune in to Internet radio, News Reader, or play your favorite videos and music.

The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is easy to use, and easy on your eyes too, with a truly portable design, fashionably discrete brushed metal cover, and an ultra sharp widescreen display that's optimized for viewing online content.


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#1
Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here. :)
#2
just a word of warning, the N800 is out!

its superior and not that much more expensive!

http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?i=144770
[helper]#3
£199.99 with free delivery from Amazon.co.uk
#4
N800 is available for £279.99 at Comet. Also 3.5% Quidco and maybe a voucher from the voucher section that works
#6
I'd buy either of these in a shot if they supported 3g
#7
dc2447
I'd buy either of these in a shot if they supported 3g


You're right, what a let down! Get an xda exec instead, brilliant high res screen and supports 3g.
#8
Benjimoron
You're right, what a let down! Get an xda exec instead, brilliant high res screen and supports 3g.
I have the non 3g version - trying to work out how to get a 3g one and not cost me a fortune
#9
dc2447
I have the non 3g version - trying to work out how to get a 3g one and not cost me a fortune


I got mine from ebay second hand for about £120. It's in great condition and it's still working to this day (about 9 months so far). The trick is to look for it posted under it's other names, ie the xda exec is a "htc universal" I think it's called but is sold by several different manufacturers under different names such as:

spv m5000
MDA pro
Dopod 900
Imate Jasjar
Qtek 9000

Just taken this list from the net, not guarenteed to be the right thing so check before buying:

O2 XDA EXEC
DOPOD 900,
Qtek 9000,
i-mate jasjar,K-JAR
Vodafone v1640,VPA IV
Orange SPV M5000
Grundig GR980
HTC Universal
E-Plus PDA IV
ERA MDA Pro
T-Mobile MDA IV,MDA PRO


Hope that helps.
#10
Cheers.

Yikes - I thought you had an MDA Vario II not a PRO.

Pro was a bit big for me - but if they are that price I might go for it.

Really want an Vario II
#11
dc2447
Cheers.

Yikes - I thought you had an MDA Vario II not a PRO.

Pro was a bit big for me - but if they are that price I might go for it.

Really want an Vario II



The xda execs sell for several hundred on ebay even second hand but if you get one of the other lesser known names they go for alot less and can easily be unlocked with a downloadable program, only took me about 5 minutes to do. If you keep trying for about a week you'll soon get one for under £150. Just keep bidding up to £150 and waiting unless you're in a major hurry.
#12
What's the big attraction of 3g? might i ask
#13
Jazon
What's the big attraction of 3g? might i ask


The ability to get broadband speeds whilst out and about. Without it browsing the web is painful using one of these devices. It's also relatively cheap too, T-mobile do web n walk for a pound a day or if you have a contract with them or take out a free contract via cashback then you can get it for £7.50 a month if you're gonna use it more than 8 days a month.
#14
Anyone know if you can get webnwalk and a cashback/refund type of contract?
#15
Benjimoron
The ability to get broadband speeds whilst out and about. Without it browsing the web is painful using one of these devices. It's also relatively cheap too, T-mobile do web n walk for a pound a day or if you have a contract with them or take out a free contract via cashback then you can get it for £7.50 a month if you're gonna use it more than 8 days a month.


£30 a month.. is this t-mobile web+walk the full internet though? what do you mean £7.5 a month if you use it more than eight days?

Why not just use WiFi on it for free? find an unprotected hotspot and logon..
#16
Jazon
£30 a month.. is this t-mobile web+walk the full internet though? what do you mean £7.5 a month if you use it more than eight days?

Why not just use WiFi on it for free? find an unprotected hotspot and logon..


Feel free to find an uprotected hotspot and logon, you'll have trouble whilst out playing golf tho.

T-mobile web n walk is full internet.

£30 a month? There are loads of offers out there (no guarentee that t-mobile is one of them, but they were a few months ago when I looked). You basically have to pay the line rental ~ £30 a month and then claim the money back from the retailer to make it effectively free. There are loads of these deals on hotukdeals, take some time to read the feedback of the different retailers so you can make a judgement on whether you trust them to pay the cashback. Be aware you need to stick to quite strict t&c's and somethime have to go to small claims court to get your money back, and sometimes even that wont work (be warned!).

Basically you can go the pay as you go, or the contract route.
Pay as you go: 8 days usage a month works out at £8 a month charge.
Contract (assuming you get a free one that you don't get screwed on): up to 1gb usage per month(plenty for just browsing the net) can use every day of the month works out at £7.50 for the cheapest option (there are other options that allow you to do instant messaging and downloads and voip etc that cost more).

So if you are using the pay as you go option but using it more that 8 days a month then you would be better off with a free contract (assuming you get one to work for you).

Edit - If you only want to use it like once or twice a month then you're better off with the pay as you go, ie 2 days usage costing you £2. Then you don't need the contract so you can't get screwed and you're not tied to a minimum term.
#17
Benjimoron
Feel free to find an uprotected hotspot and logon, you'll have trouble whilst out playing golf tho.

T-mobile web n walk is full internet.

£30 a month? There are loads of offers out there (no guarentee that t-mobile is one of them, but they were a few months ago when I looked). You basically have to pay the line rental ~ £30 a month and then claim the money back from the retailer to make it effectively free. There are loads of these deals on hotukdeals, take some time to read the feedback of the different retailers so you can make a judgement on whether you trust them to pay the cashback. Be aware you need to stick to quite strict t&c's and somethime have to go to small claims court to get your money back, and sometimes even that wont work (be warned!).

Basically you can go the pay as you go, or the contract route.
Pay as you go: 8 days usage a month works out at £8 a month charge.
Contract (assuming you get a free one that you don't get screwed on): up to 1gb usage per month(plenty for just browsing the net) can use every day of the month works out at £7.50 for the cheapest option (there are other options that allow you to do instant messaging and downloads and voip etc that cost more).

So if you are using the pay as you go option but using it more that 8 days a month then you would be better off with a free contract (assuming you get one to work for you).

Edit - If you only want to use it like once or twice a month then you're better off with the pay as you go, ie 2 days usage costing you £2. Then you don't need the contract so you can't get screwed and you're not tied to a minimum term.


Well to start with i don't play golf..

Nor do i have a crippling need to have internet access when out in the wild, out of reach of potential open wifi networks.

I won't entertain pay-per-megabyte tariffs either, it would have to be a fixed fee for unlimited usage

In conclusion then, which is the cheapest tariff that gives me unlimited 3G broadband for a fixed cost? making sure aswell, that it's the full internet in all its glory

Jazon
#18
Jazon
Well to start with i don't play golf..

Nor do i have a crippling need to have internet access when out in the wild, out of reach of potential open wifi networks.

I won't entertain pay-per-megabyte tariffs either, it would have to be a fixed fee for unlimited usage

In conclusion then, which is the cheapest tariff that gives me unlimited 3G broadband for a fixed cost? making sure aswell, that it's the full internet in all its glory

Jazon


I play golf...

Just thought I'd use it as an example of where you can't get wifi, maybe you like sunbathing at the beach?

They aren't exactly pay per megabyte, you pay £7.50 and you get a gig a month, £12.50 and you get 3 gig a month, £22.50 and you get 10 gig a month, something like that anyway. If you're just checking e-mail and reading hukd then you're not likely to exceed 1 gig anyway.

I think the cheapest unlimited is from orange? Either way last time I checked it was something like £70 a month! And I'm not even sure if that's full internet access. Or you could do pay as you go £30 a month (£1 a day) for unlimited (although you are restricted, ie can't do instant messaging, downloads or voip if you want any of that stuff?)

Personally I don't use it very often and I only use it for browsing the net so I use pay as you go and pay maybe £2-3 a month for it.

If you're like me then do pay as you go, if you don't need downloads or voip or im then get a (free) contract and bolt on web n walk £7.50 a month, to be honest I don't think you'll go over 1 gig a month. That equates to about 10 hours constant use at full speed, and as we all know just surfing the net checking e-mail etc is not constant use (ie takes 2 seconds to download web page, then 3 minutes to read it)

If you want to have 3 gigs a month it'll set you back £12.50 a month and then you can also do downloads and im. But if you start doing downloads with it then you could quickly get to your 3 gig limit.

Or for 10 gigs a month pay £22.50, then you get voip too but personally I don't see a use for it as you'd already have a stupid number of free minutes with your contract.
#19
I really want to get either something like this or an ulta-portable laptop so I can use wi-fi in hotels etc but I don't understand how they work at all - do you have to set up a new ISP account? Can anyone point me in the direction of a site which would explain it simply for a moron? I'd be eternally grateful! x

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