Nokia has taken the wraps off the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, an updated version of this traditional handheld with integrated GPS capabilities and slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Front view of the Nokia N810. (view large image)
Users will be able to connect to the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot because the N810 has 802.11b/g, but no WiMax. If that isn’t enough, users can connect via Bluetooth to a mobile phone.
The N810 allows users to make Internet calls, check email, watch the latest videos on YouTube or update their blogs using the device’s slide-out keyboard along with its touch screen.
It will keep the same 4.13-inch WVGA (800 x 480) display as its predecessor, the N800, but have increased brightness settings.
Side view of the Nokia N810. (view large image)
The N810 will sport a 400MHz OMAP 2420 processor and have 2 GB of internal storage, not including memory cards. It will run Nokia’s Linux Maemo operating system and has a supposed battery life of 4 hours under "typical use", meaning playing movies, music or surfing the Web.
The N810 weighs in around 7.9 ounces and is 5 x 2.83 x 0.55-inches. The perfect size for listening to music, which is another strong feature it touts. With a supposed battery life of 10 hours when playing music only.
The N810 also has an integrated camera, mini USB 2.0, hardware lock switch and included maps for use with the GPS. Nokia is expected to start shipping the N810 in mid-November with prices starting at $479.