Nokia has recently made available to the public the Nokia N810 Internet Table. At first glance, Nokia N810 is not a mobile phone and it builds on the success of its predecessor, N800, using a few improvements, such as the QWERTY keyboard and the GPS module to justify its 479$ price.
The small device can connect to the Internet using any hot-spot WiFi allowing the Internet calls (using the on board VGA web cam), e-mail access, instant messaging and also updating the personal blog. Whether you are on a trip or on your way to the office, Nokia N810 is the ideal partner. If no WLAN networks are available, you can listen up to 45 hours of music on the optional 10 GB memory card.
The installed maps and the GPS navigation system offers the users the shortest way to the destination. You can also establish your precise location and also find the various interest points thanks to the integrated GPS module. For easy-of-use, the navigation system can use the ” Wayfinder” version with its vocal synthesizer.
Using the Linux OS2008 software platform, the 4.13 Inch wide display offers an unique multimedia experience and the friendly user interface can be customized at will, Nokia N810 comes with Mozilla browser with Ajax and Adobe flash 9, support for stereo Bluetooth profile, VOIPsupport and HQ Stereo speakers.
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