The N810 delivers what it promises, the internet in your pocket.
3 July 2011
Summary: A very confortable device, excellent battery life and hacker-friendly operating system. It can connect to my phone though bluetooth, so I can use my 3G connection on it too. The stand is a handy feature. It plays most video formats, so the big, high-res screen is good for movies, browsing the web or reading an ebook. The layout of the built in keyboard is good, but the buttons are a bit hard to press, its not ideal for long text entry.
Excerpt: Excellent, well-made small tablet. Excellent screen and easy to navigate around and access apps. Speakers loud. App store seems to lack quantiy and quality of apps. Skype calls, Gtalk, email, internet browsing all work well.
Excerpt: Before its time, but average at everything. Uses a resistive touch steen (i.e. use your fingernails or the provided stylus), yet was made for finger touch so the UI is incredibly clumsy. Its version of the Maemo OS was quickly abandoned for whatever N900 was using, so development-wise the...