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The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet signifies a new phase in portable internet communication. You have ability to connect this pocket-sized device to the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot or over your Bluetooth mobile phone. The Nokia N810 allows you to make internet calls; check your Google Mail or Facebook Account; watch the latest videos on YouTube or update your blog using the device's slide-out keyboard along with its stunning touch screen. Its built-in maps and satellite navigation helps you to find your way.

Whether you are at home, in the park or in a coffee shop, with the Nokia N810 you will never be far away. With the ability to check emails, read the latest gossip online or IM to your friends, share your moods on your favorite social sites; call via Skype, or get closer by the Gizmo video chat - with the integrated VGA camera - you'll never be far away from those you want to keep in contact with.

You may feel lost without it, but with the Nokia N810, you'll never lose your way. The Nokia N810 has an integrated GPS receiver which allows you to pinpoint your position and find a wide variety of points-of-interests using the pre-loaded maps. Upgrade to Wayfinder's voice-guided navigation for turn-by-turn directions and explore the world on foot or in the car.

Whether you're traveling on the trip of a lifetime or on your daily commute to work, the Nokia N810 is the perfect traveling companion. No Wi-Fi connection on your journey? No need, the Nokia N810 offers up to 45 hours of music playback and memory to store up to 7,500 songs on an optional 10GB memory card*. Its large (4.13"), sharp (800x480 resolution) wide screen makes for a magical experience right in the palm of your hand.

The Nokia N810 is powered by maemo Linux based OS2008, updatable also on the Nokia N800, the previous internet tablet generation hardware. The Nokia N810 features a highly customizable user interface and contains various novelties such as a Mozilla based browser with Ajax and Adobe flash 9, Bluetooth headset support as well as enhanced video and audio features. The refreshed Video Gizmo, Skype and Rhapsody highlight some most popular downloads available while Boingo Wireless, Earthlink and The Cloud enable Wi-Fi connectivity, across thousands of different locations globally.

In the box:
Nokia N810 Internet Tablet
Extra stylus input pen
Battery (BP-4L)
Stereo headset (HS-48)
Car holder
Travel charger (AC-4)
Pouch, cleaning cloth
Data cable (CA-101)
Get started guide
Safety, warranty and other product information booklet

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Hard to find this a good price when these were £39.97 at PC World! I know this was an extreme but stil, makes this kind of price hurt a lot more!
I think I'll wait for the new Nokia N97 :) Mind you, this still seems to be a pretty decent phone if you want something that's SIM free.
I think I'll wait for the new Nokia N97 :) Mind you, this still seems to be a pretty decent phone if you want something that's SIM free.

This isn't a phone, it's an Internet Tablet.
Still a good price for N810 IMHO.
Btw, PCWorld's offer was £79.97 for N810 and £39.97 for N800. Amazing deal if you grabbed one.
Got the N800 for £40 @ PCW mainly for for PDF ebooks (unlike 810 minus GPS/kb but instead has onscreen kb, analog radio+2 SD slots & lighter: woohoo) & it has retired my netbook to a large extent for surfing email internet radio & is sooooooper. Loads of applets (google maemo & forums), bigger screen than iphone, good for movies .... N900 coming out this year. Battery lasts a long time, might get more. Get these if cheap!
I bought an N800, so I know how handy they can be. I'd still go for a netbook over one of these at this price though.
This is a nice unit for having Skype and an IM client running on in it sitting on the desk near your main computer, although it'd probably need to be around the £100 mark to make it a more realistic price.
Also, the 800x480 4" screen may be too small for some people to handle, so try to see this in situ somewhere.

I'm waiting for the N900 and Pandora to be out before making a decision on either of those, or the next updates to the netbooks, for my next mobile purchase.
once you find your way around, you can set it to full screen browsing and no toolbars and for most known sites (email, news, hotukdeas, etc.) you're familiar with + radio /youtube etc. it will do. For browsing new sites, it's ok but a big display saves time. On the move a netbook is a brick in comparison. Computers are a necessity and these are not, but once you get used to them, I'm not so sure. as one is not anchored to a lappy/netbook anymore. I'd wait for new products coming out if not finding a bargain.
These are way over priced you can buy a netbook for a litle more.I have the older Nokia N770 Internet tablet I payed £100 a few years back it was good at the time but netbooks handle alot more.If these where around £70 I would highly recommend.

The N770 still used for movies and mp3s and email and a little surfing.

Basicly the Netbooks out do these units now for value.
comparing a necessity like a computer or a netbook to these is like comparing a shovel to a spoon. different beasts & different uses. frees you up from being a mule if you are mobile and don't need to number crunch on the go though, beats any DAB radio with thousands of radios w/ streamtuner and lasts long too not to mention video center/WorldTV on KMPalyer.

just ordered a spare battery @ £3.65 on ebay.
This isn't a phone, it's an Internet Tablet.

the 810 is a phone, your thinking about the 800 as I have 2 of them:thumbsup:
the 810 is a phone, your thinking about the 800 as I have 2 of them:thumbsup:

Get a grip, its not a phone. It can however make VOIP calls.

I think people are voting cold due to the whole PC world thing, where 1 in about 1000 actually found one at that crazy price. This seems to be the cheapest around, so for that reason, voted hot :thumbsup:
The Nokia website calls it both a phone and an internet tablet! Whatever, and I don't really care, it's defined as, I'd still prefer to wait for the N97. :)
I have an N800 and love it, but at this price I think a net book would be better.

BTW I haven't voted either way. Compared to the PCworld deal this is cold, but we all know that they are hardly going to re-stock, so it could be a hot deal
Nokia N97 is different, a 5mp camera/phone. At 3.5" the screen is smaller and that makes all the difference in browsing, it's iphone territory. YMMV but instead of carrying a brick, for me the smallest cheapest phone is best in the shirt pocket in summer and if mobile browsing is necessary, Nokia Nx series (wait for N900 if paying top pound as in this offer) in tandem. if you always carry a bag, you might as well chuck a 9 cell netbook in it, and a flask or two.
I'm not saying that this is a bad machine, it's one of the very few actually portable machines that I've used, it's just over-priced in the current climate for what most people will buy it for; which is sitting down, browsing the web. Plus having a 1024x600 screen would make it a much nicer experience than having to scroll side to side whilst reading some webpages.
If, however, you want a machine you can walk around the house with whilst using Skype, browsing the web with the above caveat, checking email, listening to an internet radio station or playing music/video from the internal storage or from a shared hard drive then this is great.
You've also got a (ARM-based) Linux OS working underneath the GUI so some of the tools are there if you can use them, plus being able to VNC into a desktop machine can always be handy.
I agree with new stuff coming out in the next few months and possibly some going bust and having crazy sales, I wouldn't pay over £100 for N810 but others' needs and schedule and budget might vary to me, so not a general rule and currently this is a good price and deal.
I think I'll wait for the new Nokia N97 :) Mind you, this still seems to be a pretty decent phone if you want something that's SIM free.

It's SIM free alright. Mainly 'cos there's nowhere to put a SIM *plonk*

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