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Nokia N810 Internet Tablet "Special Offer" only £178.24 + delivery @ handtec
Nokia N810 Internet Tablet "Special Offer" only £178.24 + delivery @ handtec

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet "Special Offer" only £178.24 + delivery @ handtec

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The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, signifying 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.

General
Display High-resolution 4.13-inch touch screen, 800x480, 65 536 colours
Dimensions 128x72x14 mm
Weight 225g
Product Description Nokia N810 Internet Tablet
Memory
Flash 256MB
DDR RAM 128MB
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Slot(s) miniSD and microSD up to 8 GB
USB USB 2.0 high speed OTG (micro A/B)
Bluetooth Bluetooth specification 2.0
Wireless WLAN 802.11b/g
Storage
Optional MiniSD and MicroSD
In-built 2 GB
Supported file formats
Image BMP, GIF, ICO, JPE, JPEG, PNG, TIF/TIFF, SVG, Tiny, WBMP
Video 3GP, AVI, H.263, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, RV (RealVideo), WMV, H.264
Audio AAC, AMR, AWB, M4A, MP2, MP3, RA (RealAudio), WAV, WMA (streaming)
Intergrated Features
QWERTY Keyboard Yes
Web Camera Yes
GPS Receiver Yes
Desk Stand Yes
Key applications
Video VOIP Internet calling with webcam
Map with navigation option Yes
RSS feed reader Yes
Operating System Internet Tablet OS 2008
Browser Mozilla based browser with Flash 9
Instant Messaging Yes
Email Yes
Media Player Yes
Photo Viewer Yes

What's in the box:

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet RX-44
Nokia Battery BP-4L
Nokia Stereo Headset HS-48
Nokia Travel Charger AC-4
Nokia Car Holder CR-89
Pouch CP-223
Nokia Connectivity Cable CA-101
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11 Comments

poooooor. this is pretty much the same price as most places selling it.

and compared to the £80 PC world deal i posted a few months ago, it is +++++++COLD

still, good bit of kit. i use mine most days to stream BBC radio at work.

These are a bit old hat now aren't they? Cheaper here anyway....

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Not a bad deal for what it is, but personally, I'd go for a similarly equipped mobile phone, since living off WiFi hotspots only is a little inhibative, and rules out any true sort of mobile internet whilst on the move. Unfortunately, they tend to be rather a lot more expensive than this, but then, wat works for you is what works for you, so I'm not voting either way.

Clearing old stock at £80 was a good deal. New model with OMAP and WCDMA support must be around the corner.

This unit is not a phone, adding 3G capacity would add £100 to the price because of Qualcomm's patent license costs.

Instead it has WiFi and Bluetooth, with that you can connect to your 3G phone, and use it as a modem, adding a mobile broadband package to the phone for about £5 a month.

I thought they were a nice idea until I found there wasn't a phone in there. . .

Wouldn't you be better off buying a netbook?. It would cost less, probably more powerful and more flexibility for what it can be used for, no?.

Tony Harrison;5116058

Wouldn't you be better off buying a netbook?. It would cost less, … Wouldn't you be better off buying a netbook?. It would cost less, probably more powerful and more flexibility for what it can be used for, no?.


I don't think you can compare the two, one will fit in a pocket, the other needs a laptop bag.

joylove;5117038

I don't think you can compare the two, one will fit in a pocket, the … I don't think you can compare the two, one will fit in a pocket, the other needs a laptop bag.

Yeah but for the price you're paying and for what this thing does (it's not a phone) I'm just thinking someone who really needs internet on the go might be better off using a netbook. Netbooks aren't that big and this Nokia doesn't look all that small. It just seems a little overpriced for what it is to me. I haven't voted hot or cold.

Tony Harrison;5117880

Yeah but for the price you're paying and for what this thing does (it's … Yeah but for the price you're paying and for what this thing does (it's not a phone) I'm just thinking someone who really needs internet on the go might be better off using a netbook. Netbooks aren't that big and this Nokia doesn't look all that small. It just seems a little overpriced for what it is to me. I haven't voted hot or cold.


Not only was this released a year and a half before the first netbook, it is the size of a pocket book, uses standard Nokia batteries and charges, has 3 hours of browse time and 6 days of standby, supports Flash, YoutTube, RealPlayer (BBC), has GPS, tons of free programs available.

If you are out and about, and want to do a quick pricecheck online, or get google maps, or SSL into your house to set up a remote recording, or view a webage without needing to zoom then this is a better product than the netbook, which needs a Starbucks to set up.

Basically this is more comparable to a Tmobile G1, but with a higher resolution screen, and was released two years before.

joylove;5117943

If you are out and about, and want to do a quick pricecheck online, or … If you are out and about, and want to do a quick pricecheck online, or get google maps, or SSL into your house to set up a remote recording, or view a webage without needing to zoom then this is a better product than the netbook, which needs a Starbucks to set up.

You could just get a netbook which has built in mobile broadband or use a dongle though. Otherwise you already have the same wi-fi and bluetooth capabilities that this thing has but with the added advantage of using XP/Linux, having a usable keyboard more storage and usb ports etc. I know you can't really compare the two but they're both designed for the same basic purpose. The Nokia just seems a little outdated to me (in 6 months it'll seem obsolete) and the price should reflect that. It's old tech for too much money. All just my opinion of course :p.

Tony Harrison;5118847

You could just get a netbook which has built in mobile broadband or use a … You could just get a netbook which has built in mobile broadband or use a dongle though. Otherwise you already have the same wi-fi and bluetooth capabilities that this thing has but with the added advantage of using XP/Linux, having a usable keyboard more storage and usb ports etc. I know you can't really compare the two but they're both designed for the same basic purpose. The Nokia just seems a little outdated to me (in 6 months it'll seem obsolete) and the price should reflect that. It's old tech for too much money. All just my opinion of course :p.



My point being you can't compare it to a netbook, because it is the size of a large phone. Much like you can't make a fair comparison between a netbook and a 17" laptop.
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