Reviews and Problems with Nokia N810 Internet Tablet
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30 January 2011
Summary: This portable device is awesome!...u have it all!..i like it!..the only thing that made me a little bit disappointing was the CAMERA!..i cant use it through video calling using SKYPE!..I dont know why coz all the devices i know with a camera can use for video calling using SKYPE but this is not!..but its ok coz most of the features are ok!..I LOVE IT!... Thanks!
Summary: I decided to buy it for it's nokia brand, I love nokia. I also own an iPod Touch, but unfortunately, apple doesn't like flash. So, I decided to give nokia a try, overall, it's a great platform, I ordered a bluetooth keyboard to better take adavantage of this thing........but......when it comes to multitasking, it falls behind my iPod Touch.
Summary: amazing interface, well design, it might be a little slow over the internet sometimes, but not that bad, and the gps does not work in central america for any reason, have to check it in the States or europe, otherwise it's a great gadget
Summary: I bought it because I enjoy all the different computer gadgets out there and this one looked interesting. Because I do not have internet at home this has wifi, this is more portable and functional for me, and the fact that I can load music on it and that if fits into your pocket; makes it a plus for listening at work. I am still waiting for it to arrive.
Summary: GPS - takes about 5 min to figure out the satellites and get going. But does work well if you are outdoors. Wifi is impressive for such a small unit, very good range imo. Software is OK. Screen is bright enough to use outdoors while bicycling. Nokia batteries are easy to find. Solid construction. Look up the operating system maemo.org to see if the software you need is available. I like to use it as an internet radio while doing housework.
Summary: The n810 is a wonderful little device, especially for the people who favor linux. A full xterm is installable as well as the openssh ssh client. For the linux administrators of the world its a handy tool to remotely work on your servers through a cell connection when you wouldn't otherwise have a way to connect. I personally go camping quite frequently and take this as a just in case measure. With music and movies it's really convenient to have around.
Summary: The hardware is fantastic. The software could be better. It is slim, has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 4.1 WVGA Resistive touch screen display. I think, with Maemo 5, it could be better than the N900. The N900 is thick, the keyboard is awful... which leaves me to say that the keyboard on the N810 is a 4-row. Maemo 4 isn't that great, especially how it looks. When it comes to style, I'm very sensitive. Overall, it is very good, but I really want Maemo 5 on this device.
Summary: On its strong points: The wifi and bluetooth capabilities. It is excellent for browsing the internet, listening to music (there is a fair number of downloadable media players in addition to the preinstalled one) and taking some of your favourite data and applications with you wherever you go, or even playing games. Most programs provide full-screen modes, allowing you to take advantage of the great screen of the device.