Nokia has started selling the 770, a pocket-size, Linux-powered gadget for surfing the Web.
The Nokia 770 will be on sale at some retail outlets–and through the company’s Web site, for 350 euros, or about $412, the mobile phone giant said in a statement on Monday. Sales in the United States aren’t expected until next week, however, and the product was listed as out of stock in some European countries.
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