Note: MobileWhack has a nice review of the Linux based Nokia N800. After reading through it sounds like this has all the bells and whistles of a portable handheld computer. Only issues seems to be a recurring one of handwriting recognition/ virtual keyboard vs. built in hard keyboard. Personally think until they really advance the software in that area, keyboards even if they are small are here to stay.
The Nokia N800 internet tablet features a large 4.1-inch 800x480 touchscreen display, which displays both text and pictures very clearly. Other features of the tablet include WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth, a mini-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphones jack. It runs off a 320Mhz TI CPU, and 128MB RAM, and includes 256MB of flash storage and two SD slots.
Alongside the top of the tablet is the on/off button, zoom buttons, and microphone. On the front of the Nokia on the left side next to the screen, is a a 5-way joypad as well as three other buttons - one for closing applications/windows, one for application menus, and another button for task switching.
At the bottom of the tablet is a kickstand which folds out to prop up the device, which is great for watching videos on.On the left side of the tablet near the top is a really cool pop-out VGA video calling camera. When not in use, it retracts nicely inside the Nokia.
Press on it to pop it out, and then you've got a nice little camera which because it is so discreet, it looks like a spy cam. Inside the box I found the tablet, a spare stylus, stereo headphones (w/ call answer/drop buttons and mic), a cloth protective pouch, a 128MB SD card with case, a USB cord, and a power adapter. The stylus is just the right weight - not too heavy, but not too light - and slides easily into its storage slot on the back of the tablet.