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Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

N810 an internet appliance by Nokia was launched in October 2007 Read more

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Expert Review

Channel5
6 February 2009
  • Excerpt: The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is bringing the internet in a pocket size device. Users can do instant messaging, receive and send videos and emails. The memory is at DDR Ram 128 MB and Flash 256 MB in Linux 2008OS. It runs under TI OMAP 2420 400Mhz processor. It weighs 226g and measures 72Lx128Wx14T mm.
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Overall 6
6.0

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

PC Magazine
9 January 2009
  • Conclusion: The do-it-all handheld is a great alternative to the iPod touch for Linux geeks, Palm aficionados, and Rhapsody fans, but it's still too buggy and expensive for most other people.
  • Pros: Well-designed and attractive. Gorgeous high-resolution screen. Excellent Web browser.
  • Cons: Pricey. No PIM or Microsoft Office solution available. Application installation process is seriously buggy.
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Noah's Nokia N810 Silver review

phonedog.com
29 November 2008
  • Pros: 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
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Expert Review

Mobile Tech Addicts
23 July 2008
  • 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.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nokia N810

MobileTechReview.com
16 April 2008
  • 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.
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Review: Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Pocketables
12 February 2008
  • 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.
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Nokia N810 internet tablet

Techworld
11 January 2008
  • Summary: Nokia's latest product in its line of internet devices is more appealing than earlier models, but it's expensive.
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Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Review

Tablet PC Reviews
21 December 2007
  • Excerpt: The latest in Nokia's Internet Tablet series of traditional handhelds is the N810, the first with integrated GPS capabilities and a slide-out keyboard. Ed Hardy brings us this review.
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Overall 7
7.0

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet Review

LAPTOP Magazine
21 December 2007
  • Summary: A sleek and versatile gadget that puts (nearly) the whole Web, a thumb-friendly keyboard, and GPS in the palm of your hand.
  • Pros: Browser supports Flash and Ajax, Built-in GPS, Excellent Skype experience, Good slide-down keyboard
  • Cons: Not the best multitasking performance, Can't handle some Web 2.0 sites, Touchscreen navigation not as good as iPhone and iPod touch, Lacks stereo Bluetooth
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Overall 7
7.0

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: Are Sandra's concerns misplaced or can a device that lacks a SIM and craves a hotspot carve out a niche for itself?
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