Posted on 18-Oct-2007 08:42
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Nokia has announced its Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, providing users with a highly connected device, with the ability to connect it to the nearest Wi-Fi hotspot or over your Bluetooth mobile phone.
The Nokia N810 allows you to make internet calls; check 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 touch screen.
Users can place Internet-based VoIP calls through Skype, or engage in video chats through Gizmo and the device's integrated VGA camera.
The Nokia N810 has an integrated GPS receiver which allows users to pinpoint their position and find a wide variety of points-of-interests using the pre-loaded maps. An upgrade to Wayfinder's voice-guided navigation for turn-by-turn directions is also available.
With the nNokia N810 users can enjoy up to 45 hours of music playback and memory to store up to 7,500 songs on an optional 10GB memory card.
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.
The NokiaN810 is expected to start shipping mid November with an estimated retail price of US$479 (excluding local taxes).