Nokia's first foray in to the web tablet market, the 770, has apparently gone down so well that the company is already working on follow up models. The staff at 3GSM obviously aren't giving too much away but did promise similar devices for later in the year possibly integrating a full QWERTY keyboard. The company re-affirmed that the tablet's potential killer app - VoIP which will use a Google system is coming in the summer.
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