- Size: 72 x 128 x 14 mm
- Weight: 226 g
- Make/Model: Nokia N810 Internet Tablet
- Data: WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth connectivity for use with cell phone as modem
- Carrier: Unlocked
- Memory: 128 MB RAM, 2GB built-in storage, miniSD card slot
- Network: None (WiMax Edition will be compatible with Sprint’s forthcoming XOHM service)
- Form Factor: Candy bar with Horizontal Slide-Out QWERTY Board
- Display: 4.13” Color LCD display: 800 x 480 (WVGA) resolution, 65,000 Colors
- Notable Features: Linux-Based Internet Tablet OS is extendable and customizable; Web browser supports Web 2.0 functionality including AJAX and Flash 9; GPS with maps and navigation support; Front camera with video calling support; Skype and Rhapsody support; Audio and Video player supports local and streaming media.
Stylish, compact design with large touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard; Excellent build quality; Extendable Linux-based operating system backed by Nokia-supported developer community; Ships with Skype and Rhapsody clients installed; Excellent Web browser supports Web 2.0 technologies; WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity; Great for mobile bloggers, early adopters/would-be hackers, and Linux fans.
Touchscreen isn’t responsive enough and can be hard to use even with stylus; Top row of QWERTY board is cramped, and all keys are mushy to type on; No Stereo Bluetooth support; Overall experience isn’t ready for mainstream consumers; Pricey
Nokia steps to evolve the N-Series tablets of "strictly for geeks" to "consumer friendly gadgets." The N810 - and recently launched N810 WiMax Edition - represent another step in that evolution, but this is still an Internet device for Geeks and non-mainstream consumers. To be fair, is the early adopter geek that make up Nokia N810 for the public.