Reviews and Problems with Nokia N810 Internet Tablet
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Nokia N810 Review
8 March 2014
Excerpt: Den N810 er den seneste smart telefon fra Nokia. Det har fået Linux system, dets giver et udvalg af nye funktioner og nogle tilføjelser er bekendt med tidligere model, N800. Windows Mobile er en af de vigtigste operativsystemer fabrikanterne at se til, når de foretager deres smartphones, men at få det bedste ud af det, en telefon skal to vigtige ingredienser: en storskærm, og en hurtig processor. Lad os tage et kig på 3-telefoner, lad den køre til sit fulde potentiale.
Conclusion: If you are like me and don’t like to be carrying several devices, then it’s tantalisingly close to achieving that nirvana as an all-in-one replacement for a PDA, mp3 player and mobile phone. This in itself is worth paying good money for.
Conclusion: If you're looking for the perfect couch or bedside companion that boots instantly and won't attract virii like Windows, but has a desktop-like web browser, email, PDF viewer, music player and more, then the N810 is attractive. It sells for significantly less than list price (often under $400) and for that price it has a lot to offer then Internet-addicted set.
Summary: The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is a noteworthy improvement over its predecessor in terms of design, internal storage, and processor speed. Functionality, however, has remained mostly unchanged. The N800 doesn't have an integrated GPS receiver or a hardware keyboard, but its extra expansion card slot and the fact that OS2008 is available as an update makes upgrading to the N810 more of a superfluous option than a necessity.
Summary: Say bonjour to the new Internet Tablet from Nokia, the N810. As mentioned in our previous article on the Nokia N800, this device is essentially an upgraded version that draws from previous models, the N770 and the N800. The focus on being a true internet and mobile companion remains, but the new N810 packs more juice than ever.
Summary: T he large, clear and ever so well-working touchscreen makes it easy to operate the Nokia N910 Internet Tablet. The device offers a number of nice functions like making calls through Skype, Navigation and handwriting recognition. In addition, the Nokia N810 is perfect for listening to music and playing videos thanks to the extensive internal memory of 2GB. A digital camera is lacking, although you do find the VGA camera on the front to make video calls through VoIP.