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.
Summary: This tablet is the best tablet i have had. I have had many Palm devices and HP pocket PC's back in the day and i have had the iphone and ipad but the web browsing experience of the N810 is still better than everything else! This tablet renders webpages as you would see in a desktop and not the mobile version. It also runs flash! It can run youtube in desktop mode! Its also possible to make this tablet dual boot to Maemo and Android.
Summary: The Nokia N810 is a great internet tablet with a slide out keyboard and touch screen, it has wifi and the internet connection is better than my laptop, there are hundreds of applications and a whole community of developers and users dedicated to supporting it and are willing to offer help and advice. This is much better than a PDA. It is like a small pocket size netbook or laptop computer. It does more than you would expect, you can customize it to fit your needs.
Summary: Pros: I love the simplicity and user friendly home screen. The apps are easy to find, the keyboard is outstanding. Just as portable as my HTC TP 2, almost the same size. Cons: I really don't like how little time the battery has most of the time. Sound didn't work till i connected a pair of earphones(bought it used so probably that's the reason). I bought it since I thought it was time to upgrade from the N800.