Thanks Bernard Tyers for explaining so clearly how to make the new Nokia Tablet (which I have and love) work with FON.

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Patrick on February 16, 2007  · 

It’s a PC!

It’s a phone!

No look it’s a super tablet!

Well this is certainly better than the last but the problem you won’t really know what to do it with it next to all the other standard devices which can be about the same price but have much more use.

This could be good for policemen, traffic ticket wardens or DHL guys.

Nice R&D in progress though

Martin Varsavsky on February 16, 2007  · 

Patrick,

Actually if it did have a keyboard it would be perfect for me. In that case many times I would carry it and not my laptop. Instead of leaving home with my Lenovo and my N80 I would leave with the N80 and the N800.

I need a tablet that is actually a tiny laptop.

Cristian on February 20, 2007  · 

Entonces, Martin, lo que necesitas es una OQO: http://www.oqo.com/products/

Es unaa ultra peqenia UMPC que ya tiene su version corriendo windows vista…!

Victor on May 5, 2008  · 

I’ve got a N800 and use the Fonera at home. Unfortunately there seems to be a problem with the way the N800 (or the Fonera) handles WPA/WEP passwords so I’m unable to connect to my private WLAN (I can do it using my FON user and password). I submitted a question through the FON contact page but never got and answer. I searched through Google and finally got this page. Anyone can help?

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