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February 05, 2006

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Dhamdhere

Dale,

Cool review! Here's an article on the Nokia 770 from BusinessWeek. It points out how the waiting period for the 770 in the US has now stretched to three weeks and also how this device is a part of Nokia's effort to recast itself as a provider of not just phones but of electronic communication solutions. URL: http://tinyurl.com/a92d5

Cheers,
Aashish

Anant

Great review, CNET also has a pretty good review of the device, though they have rated it harshly in a couple areas, mainly speed of use.

http://reviews.cnet.com/Nokia_770_Internet_Tablet/4505-3127_7-31396042.html

I'm curious though, you haven't mentioned if this is something that you got on your own or is it through the Med School?

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