This might be the way I’ll listen to Internet radio and consume Google news with my Cheerios. The Nokia 770, which will go on sale this fall for about $350, is a miniature tablet intended primarily for surfing the Web over a Wi-Fi connection. It’s designed for the casual Web browser, at home or at the nearest cybercafe. The tablet, which uses a 4.1-inch touch screen, can play videos and download music, photos and syndicated news from the Web. The rechargeable battery is good for up to three hours of browsing.
I can imagine myself turning this rascal on instead of booting up the Thinkpad.