Nokia 770

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Nokia 770 Internet Tablet
Manufacturer Nokia
Type Internet appliance
Retail availability 2005-11-03
Media RS-MMC or MMCmobile
Operating system Internet Tablet OS 2006 (Maemo OS 2.2)
Power BP-5L Li-Polymer 1500 mAh Battery
CPU 252 MHz OMAP1710
Memory 64 MB RAM, 128 MB Flash
Display 800 × 480 resolution, 4.13 in diagonal, widescreen
Input Touchscreen
Connectivity IEEE 802.11g, Bluetooth
Successor Nokia N800
See platforms for an overview over the supported devices and CPUs.
Mounted iSCSI LUNs.
iSCSI Channels and LUNs.
iSNS information.
Listening to The White Stripes over iSCSI.

The Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is a wireless Internet appliance from Nokia, originally announced at the LinuxWorld Summit in New York City on May 25, 2005,[1], that runs the Datera, Inc. Core-iSCSI Initiator. It is designed for wireless Internet browsing and e-mail functions and includes software such as Internet radio, an RSS news reader, ebook reader, image viewer and media players for selected types of media.



This device is manufactured in Estonia and Germany.


The first stable release of Mobile IP storage services (Core-iSCSI and core-iscsi-tools) for the Nokia 770 has been released. This mobile stack has been ported using the cross-compile toolkit Scratchbox to the Linux kernel and Busybox environment that runs on the Texas Instruments OMAP based Nokia 770 Internet Tablet.

The Nokia 770 is reliably decoding supported media files with Media Player on ext3 from an iSCSI 802.11 b/g WiFI mounted LUN:


Domain Validation Tool + iSCSI applet for Maemo:

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