Saturday, November 10, 2007

Nokia's N810 Internet tablet

This thing is pretty damn amazing. It covers almost all the bases, all it needs is a cellular antenna. Luckily for HTC it doesn't. It can make calls via Skype though so if you are insistent on using this as your primary phone device you can figure something out. Along with WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0 and a 4.15" WVGA screen, browsing the web on Nokia's Mozilla based browser with Adobe Flash 9 plug-in will be a great experience. The VGA camera, miniSD, microSD, and up to 2 GB of on-board storage make this thing extremely powerful. It also has a TI OMAP 400 mHz processor is no slouch either.

The N810 has 4 hours of battery with the display on and LAN active and 10 hours when playing just music. It has a slide-out QWERTY and still manages to be a nearly anorexic .55" thin. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack and can support almost all forms of media. Coming out in a week or so at a price of $480. I am excited to see one of these things in action.

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