Summary: opensource everything! what else could you ask for i've had the n800 and i've currently had the n810 for over a year, still my go to device for everything mobile computing....sold the android pad infact, 7 inch pad was not as mobile or as accessible as the n810. love it!
Summary: I have owned my N810 (affectionately named N8 - or Nate) for about 6 months now and it has become invaluable to me. These are the activities with which I use it: - communication, using Google Voice, or Skype - receiving and sending email, either via included email client, or web-based email - web...
Summary: I gave my laptop to My mum, And wanted some to just browse the internet in bed or away from my desktop. I had been using my Dad's tablet. The Edition before N810. The N800. And I liked it alot, I just wanted a keyboard. So I bought this one and I was very very happy with it!
Summary: Although the iPod Touch may be the obvious comparison, it's got a lot in common with a Linux based netbook like the original Asus Eee. For starters it's also Linux based - in the N810's case it's Debian based "Maemo"- with a Mozilla based "MicroB" web browser that supports most modern Web 2.0 sites.
Summary: I bought one of these in the States in March, and it's a great piece of kit. Firstly, be warned, this is not a phone, this is a miniature personal computer running the Maemo variation of Linux.
Excerpt: This is a great product, but for a niche market. A lot of people seem confused or disappointed about whether this device is a phone - it's not - and seem to have unrealistic expectations of it (such as PIM and office software).
Summary: This is an improvement on the N800 in terms of style and, important for me, speaker volume. The keyboard also makes text entry a little easier while not increasing the weight of the machine. In fact it is not as wide or broad as the N800.