ThoughtFix has disassembled the Nokia N800. The N800 is an Internet Tablet powered by a 320 MHz CPU, 128 MB of RAM and it has a 4.1-inch LCD screen with 800 x 400 resolution and 256MB of flash memory.
More picture and a video after the jump.
There is really nothing to see inside – it’s well engineered and comes apart relatively easy, but there is no undocumented hardware like the Nokia 770′s microphone when it was released. All the chips are covered by soldered-on RF shielding so they cannot be read. The back of the PCB is all “antenna space” so even the circuit traces cannot be followed.