It looks quite sophisticated with the chrome rimmed black and silver design. The Build quality and ergonomics of the N800 is excellent, feels solid, with no squeaks unlike my N95.. I’ve didn't like the cheap "chrome" plastic on the N95, which eventually came of to show the transparent plastic beneath, but on the n800 it looks and feels like it's actual chrome! Stand: The stand creates a 90 degree angle with the Nokia N800 when fully extended and can be adjusted to a 45 degree position as well. It allows the N800 to rest in a nice angle allowing for easy viewing of whatever you have playing on it.
Camera - The camera is used for video calls, capable of 640 x 480 resolution. When the camera is ejected with a press, the video application automatically loads, so there’s no need to fumble through the menus. Don’t expect stellar results from this video camera, the video quality is rather poor, noise is very apparent even in excellent lighting conditions. The camera can also be rotated a full 180 degrees.
Storage - The Nokia N800 has two memory stick slots, the external one is found on the bottom right while the internal is positioned to the left of the battery. Supported memory stick types are as follows; SD, MicroSD, MiniSD, MMC, and RS-MMC. Maximum capacity for a single memory stick is 2GB, so overall memory capacity can reach 4GB. There is a key difference between the external and internal memory, the internal can be used as virtual memory while the external cannot.In this post I will be focusing on the N800 and it's overview, with videos here ,until then Adios!