[maemo-users] [maemo-users] Re: Information about Nokia 770

From: Scott Carr scarr at progbits.com
Date: Mon Aug 28 20:47:59 EEST 2006
I have had a Nokia 770 for the past 6+ months.  I love it.  I use it 
daily for various tasks.

My main usage is for reading Ebooks.  I download and convert Gutenberg 
texts to HTML and Plucker, and then read them on my Nokia.  The screen 
is GREAT for this.

I have the GPE suite on my device so I can track Contacts, TODO, and 
Scheduling.  This is used for work and lately has been getting more of a 
workout than the Ebook reading.

The Wireless connectivity has been working flawlessly for me.  I have 
connected at various restaurants around town and haven't had any issues.

For me, the Nokia 770 has been very good.  I am looking into getting a 
Bluetooth Keyboard, so I can start using the nokia as a portable 
Development via ssh and wifi as well. 

forger wrote:
> Hey everyboddy!
> So, after all this time long... does 770 still worth the price ?! Or 
> should i wait for some other (new) MAEMO device ?
> thanks in advance!
> On 2/10/06, * forger br* <forgerbr at gmail.com 
> <mailto:forgerbr at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hey everybody!
>     I've been reading some reviews about Nokia 770 but I thought that
>     would be better to take some information about it here, on the list..
>     I'm considering the idea of buying one Nokia 770 for personal use
>     (twenty four seven, and developing). Does it worth the price? How
>     is the battery? And the wireless communications (wifi and
>     bluetooth)? What about the internal memory (can i use a pendrive
>     on it?)? What about the softwares that are avaible?
>     I would like to know whatever you guys, users and developers of
>     nokia 770, have to say about it!
>     Thanks in advance,
>     Jesus Sanchez-Palencia
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Scott Carr
Documentation Co-Lead

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