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RRP in this is £345.00 from Nokia Online shop.
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The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet fits your lifestyle, whatever you're doing - wherever you're at. Browse your favorite websites on the hi-resolution widescreen display. Chat with your friends using either instant messaging or internet calling. Or catch up on your email, and much more - from right where you are.

With this bundle you can turn the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, with its large touch screen display, into a convenient personal navigation system with the Navigation Kit for Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. With Navicore Personal 2007 Europe navigation software and a highly sensitive wireless GPS module, this handy accessory kit is all you need to find your way.

Start navigating on the roads and in the Internet.

Sales Package Contents
Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

* Nokia 770 Internet TabletTwo stylus pens
* Pouch
* Battery BP-5L
* Travel charger AC-4
* 64 MB RS-MMC memory card
* Connectivity cable DKE-2 (USB)
* Desk stand DT-7
* Headphones HS-61
* User guide
* Quick start guide

Navigation Kit for Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

# Nokia Wireless GPS Module LD-3W
# 1 GB DV RS-MMC Nokia Memory Card
# Nokia Car Holder HH-12 with CR-81
# Nokia Car Charger DC-4
# Nokia User Guides
# Navicore Personal 2007 DVD with software, maps, and Navicore Personal 2007 Quick Guide
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Very tempting but do i need one? trying to find a good reason for getting one.

Cnet Review here gives it 4.9 out of 10. :(
Super deal, very very nice
Very tempting but do i need one? trying to find a good reason for getting one.

Cnet Review here gives it 4.9 out of 10. :(

Although the N770 runs older OS and it's a bit slower than the new N800 it's half the price (especially if you take into account the bundled navigation kit). The Nokia Wireless GPS Module LD-3W and car kit can work with any bluetooth enabled PDA.
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I have an N800 and would be lost without it, haven't seen an N770 in action though. Bought it because it gave me access to ALL websites via my tmobile web'n'walk tariff - couldn't access some sites on my phone or even pocket pc. If this is anything like the N800 then it's a bit :thumbsup: from me!
Great deal - £345 on Nokia website for the same package. I've ordered one. Thanks to the OP.

Now off to sell my IPAQ and Tomtom ;)
thats a great price!!
Great deal but phone seems a bit flaky -,1759,1893574,00.asp
Great price. The N770 from Amazon by itself is £200.
reviews seem to think a new firmware would sort out the bugs. Very tempting ;)
I'm the original poster. The offer was so good that I actually went and ordered one. Ok, here are my impressions:

1. The navigation kit and the n770 come in two separate retail boxes. The navikit contains the latest Navicore 2007 Personal edition navigation software (same as shipped with the N800 navikit) with maps for most European countries on a DVD. Also you get a 1GB MMC card to download your chosen maps to.

2. Out of the box the n770 paired with my mobile phone via Bluetooth without problems. I was browsing the net within literally 10-20 seconds. Very impressive screen - hi res and clearly visible outdoor. Pages loaded quickly, javascript seems to be supported and can open more than 1 browser at a time. You also get a nice RSS feed reader and a rather basic but functional email client.

3. Absolute killer functionality is instant messaging and VOIP internet calls. For instant messaging you get Google talk out of the box and it works like a charm. Once you're connected the device logs you in automatically and set your online status, from there you can receive chat requests. The device stay connected even if it has gone into power saving mode! With free Gizmo Project client (something similar to Skype) you get support for other instant messaging services, like Yahoo, AOL etc and VOIP calling. I have used Gizmo to call my mate on a UK landline and the quality of the call was better than I expected.

4. Works great using WiFi. Pages loaded very quickly. n770 is good at finding wireless access points and the connection takes only seconds. Google Maps for example works great even on GPRS connection, I could browse, zoom, pan and do searches!

5. I have had several crashes while browsing web pages, especially on pages littered with flash and javascript. It didn't bother me but I guess that is simply the limitation of the device browser. Nevertheless for most pages that I need constant access to n770 performed flawlessly. Also I could only access my Gmail account via a basic HTML interface, as the javascript fully featured version was taking too long to load and wasn't usable.

So in short n770 exceeded my expections. At current price there is no device that can compete with it.
Is it possible to install alternative software? For example an different browser and dvd playing software. Is there support for usb memory sticks?
Is it possible to install alternative software? For example an different browser and dvd playing software. Is there support for usb memory sticks?

Yes. Since the N770 is based on Linux there is a development community out there. See

There are many apps written for this device, however there is no fully featured alternative browser I think. You could install hacks to the existing N770 kernel to improve browsing experience. Read this:

This device is good for internet browsing, internet calls, browsing resources on other PCs, *but* not for much else. Don't expect it to be a portable media player though (although it can act as one but the performance will be disappointing).

It can connect to PC via USB cable and act as mass storage device. It does not support USB memory sticks, it's using MMC cards instead (which currently have max capacity of 2GB)
can it work as a mobile phone with pay as you go chip in it?
can it work as a mobile phone with pay as you go chip in it?
Nope. It can do internet telephony over a wifi connection, but won't work as a standard mobile phone.
Absolutely fantastic bit of kit - finally got to play with it properly today - IT comes with the Speed Camera database preloaded, and is great for rss feeds, IM-ing and browsing. Brilliant

Thanks OP
eXpansys are now selling the Navkit at a discount as well as the standalone 770:-
so as a package this undercuts Amazon at £167.20 delivered.
Is this worth getting over an HP iPaq PDA?

Looking into getting a PDA for my man as a wedding present, but if this thing is better... basically need e-mail access and wi-fi, and sat nav would be a huge bonus.
I like the Amazon deal - buy the 770 and the 800 together and save xx pounds- I wonder if anyone has actually done that and why?

Amazon have it in stock though.

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