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Nokia N810 Handheld Internet Tablet - Titanium

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  • Web 2.0 internet experience with Mozilla based browser, also works with Google Talk, and Gizmo
  • 4.1-inch LCD wide touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard
  • Stream and store MP3s and videos with high quality stereo sound
  • 2 GB onboard memory, which expands via miniSD, and microSD cards (with a minSD extender) (but NOT with regular Secure Digital cards)
  • Integrated GPS receiver
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000Y4AH3C
  • Item model number: 02703R1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2007

Product Description

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Updating the popular N800, Nokia has made significant improvements on its predecessor with the N810 Internet Tablet while retaining much of what made the N800 such an easy-to-use mobile multimedia/communications device. The N810 augments the onscreen keyboard with a backlit, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and it also adds a front-facing webcam, 2 GB of internal storage (expandable via memory cards up to 8 GB), and integrated GPS. Built to be constantly in use, you'll easily stay in touch with business associates, friends, and family thanks to its VoIP calling, instant messaging and email connectivity. And with stereo audio, multimedia support and a new ergonomic design, the Nokia N800 morphs into a portable Internet entertainment device, enabling playback of streamed and downloaded content wherever you roam.



The Nokia N810 adds a slide-out QWERTY keyboard that makes it easy to compose email and quickly chat with your online buddies.


In addition to Internet access and GPS, the N810 also offers wide compatibility for digital audio and video playback.
The 4.1-inch touchscreen has an 800 x 400-pixel resolution with up to 65K colors. You can access controls and an onscreen keyboard, or slide-out the physical QWERTY keyboard at the bottom for even easier typing. The N810 provides 2 GB of onboard flash memory and 128 MB of RAM. It also offers a single expansion slot that is compatible with Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia, miniSD, and microSD memory cards with a size limit of 2 GB. (Adapter required for miniSD and microSD.) You can add up to 8 GB of memory when using Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) cards. You can also connect the N810 to a PC using the included USB cable to update software and transfer files from the PC to the a memory card.

For multimedia playback, the N800 is compatible with MP3 and WMA digital audio files, Real Audio streams, and video files encoded as AVI or MPEG4 (see specifications below for full compatibility list). The N810 has two integrated speakers as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack for personal listening.

The main form of connectivity is Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), and hooking up to a network is as simple as connecting with a laptop. You can also use the integrated Bluetooth wireless connectivity to hook up with a cell phone that is compatible with online data services. When connected to either a WLAN network or to a cell phone, you can make calls using the built-in Internet telephony application as well as conduct video conferencing with the built-in Web cam.

The Nokia N810 is powered by maemo Linux-based OS2008, which offers a highly customizable user interface and contains various features such as a Mozilla based browser with Ajax, Adobe Flash 9 and RSS feed reader, Bluetooth headset support as well as enhanced video and audio features. The refreshed Video Gizmo, Skype and Rhapsody applications highlight some of the most popular downloads available while Boingo Wireless, Earthlink and The Cloud enable Wi-Fi connectivity across thousands of different locations globally.

Perfect for use on the go, the N810 includes an integrated GPS receiver and comes with preloaded maps that enable you to browse detailed locations, search for street addresses, find various points of interest (POI) as well as nearby Wi-Fi hotspots. You can also purchase an optional subscription to the Wayfinder Maps application for enhanced mobile navigation. Other features include

  • Integrated VGA web camera
  • Support for IMAP4, SMTP, and POP3 email
  • Games: chess, blocks, mahjong and marbles
  • Integrated desk stand

Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) technology means that the Nokia N810 will discover, interact with, and control other compatible home electronic devices. This includes PCs, media centers, home entertainment systems, new smart appliances, home automation systems, networked peripherals, and Web-based services. With compatible equipment, you can stream video from your Nokia device directly to your TV, or hear music tracks stored on your PC through your living room's sound system.

Specifications

  • Internal memory: 2 GB
  • Memory expansion: SD memory cards up to 2 GB, MiniSD and MicroSD cards (used with extender), and SDHC cards up to 8 GB
  • Battery life: Up to 4 hours of continuous usage with wireless LAN on; up to 10 hours of music playback (Wi-Fi turned off)
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g
  • Bluetooth: Version 2.0 + EDR (profiles supported: HID, FTP, DUN, GAP, SPP, HSP, SAP and OPP)
  • Video formats: 3GP, AVI, WMV, MP4, H263, H.264, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, RV (RealVideo)
  • Audio formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, AMR, AWB, M4A, MP2, RA (RealAudio), WAV
  • Playlist formats: M3U, PLS, ASX, WAX, WVX, WPL
  • Keyboard language support: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish-Portuguese, Scandinavian and Russian
  • Dimensions: 2.83 x 5.04 x 0.55 inches (LxWxD)
  • Weight: 7.97 ounces

What's in the Box
Nokia N810, rechargeable battery (BP-4L), travel charger (AC-4), stereo headset (HS-48), car holder (CR-89), connectivity cable (CA-101), pouch, QuickStart guide.

Product Description

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet RX-44 - Works with AT&T and T Mobile service only. WiFi Internet Tablet with Linux Internet Tablet OS, Integrated slide Qwerty keypad, GPS, ALS to control back light, micro USB OTG, 2GB internal flash memory, single mini SC card reader (up to 32GB support), preloaded maps. 802.11b/g, BT 2.0, 3.5mm audio out, stereo speakers, OMAP 2420 (330MHz), RSS feed reader, Internet calling with Web cam, Instant Messaging, email

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, a very good device.
M. Lieske
I like my Nokia N810, it's great for browsing the web on Wifi or Bluetooth, using GPS maps, or chatting / emailing with friends.
Derek S. Wilson
GPS- Slow to pick up the satellites, and not very responsive.
Lilzaphod

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

163 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Nilanjan on November 24, 2007
I bought the N810 (had been considering the N800 a long time) and this really is a great internet tablet.
I think Nokia has it right in no tmaking it a phone too (and locked down). Firstly - the wifi is super on this and detects wifi better than my laptop.
The OS is very fast and spiffy and the software feels like its running on a desktop - fast.
You can connect to 3G thru the phone over bluetooth (provided you have a data plan) and that gives me always connected and on status. I call my parents in India now ofrom any place using Gizmo, or Google talk . Its a great tablet for VoIP. Just have to wait some more for Skype to also work on this soon.

As a music player and Video player - its superb. Great album art also included in some apps like Kagu and UKMP. Though the music quality is a wee bit lacking in comparison to a good mp3 player (like my iRiver).

It's not a PDA, so many of regular PDA apps are missing - but again thanks to open source community (and to Nokia for making it an open device) you can install some basic PIM apps too.

Best of all is internet browsing - for people who need access to the web a lot while being mobile - THSI IS THE DEVICE. Support flash very well (and hence Youtube too).
And lastly the screen is fabulous. Very sharp and crisp and bright - all web sites on the browser is very easy to read even on this small a device - thanks to the screen resolution.

And lastly the GPS is good - does not replace a full featured dedicated GPS device - but good for a handy GPS navigation.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Connor on February 16, 2008
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I upgraded from the N770 to the N810 and am very impressed. For the average user, it provides a Firefox-based web browser with Flash 9, capable of displaying all modern web sites, unheard of for a mobile device. It can display, GMail, Google Docs, YouTube, Mint.com and more. It supports Google Talk, Gizmo and Skype for making voice calls over the web. The media player can display high quality full screen video. The built-in stereo speakers mean you won't be hunting for your earbuds every time you want to hear some music. Software updates can be performed on the device, without help from a computer. Internet access is available through wifi or a Bluetooth connection to a web-enabled phone. I've read many reviewers that don't like the keyboard. It is a bit short and butts up against the screen, but you easily get used to it after a few hours. In any case, it beats the iPhone's virtual keyboard and the Blackberry's tiny keypad any day. Having actual backlit keys that you can actually touch and actually press down without your thumbs smurging onto other keys by accident is rewarding. The GPS is not slow, but the receiver is quite weak. You must have a very clear view of the sky to use it.
Those who want more from the N810 can enable the "maemo Extras" repository in the application manager. That gives you access to great software, including Maemo Mapper, a free GPS mapping program, Pidgin multi client IM app, Canola media center, Video Center video podcast client, plenty of games and more. Try to get FBReader too. It's a wonderful ebook reader.
I love this device and use it daily. In fact, I wrote this review on it ;-)
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117 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Tony T on December 21, 2007
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I bought a N770 a couple years ago, and it had a dead pixel (but I didn't return it). I ordered N810 2 weeks ago, and it also had a dead pixel. This time, I returned the N810 not only because of the dead pixel, but also because of many usability problems.

The two primary reasons I bought the N810 were the slide-out keyboard and the built-in GPS. The slide-out keyboard is good for finger typing (rather than using a stylus tapping on the touch screen as in N770), but it creates several problems. First, since the four-way rocker key is on the keyboard, I don't like the fact that I cannot use the four way rocker to scroll the screen up and down unless I also expose the keyboard (The menu button is also on the keyboard; but you can use the tiny on-screen menu key as a substitute). Second, the "up" key of the rocker key is so close to the edge of the screen, making it very difficult to press it (even though I have small hand). Sometimes I pressed the center "select" button inadvertently as a result. Third, the zoom buttons and the full screen button are all located on the upper edge of the keyboard, not of the screen. If the keyboard is slided out, it is difficult to access the zoom buttons and the full-screen button.

The GPS is VERY slow to detect the satellites. I understand that GPS needs to take more time to detect the satellites for the first time. But I never thought it would take THAT long. I have owned two generations of bluetooth GPS over the last four years, the GPS performance of the N810 is either comparable or worse than my older version.

The video (playing youtube) is acceptable. However, I downloaded a 720 x 320 pixel MP4 video, and N810 said it doesn't accept this resolution.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By G. Brockett on February 24, 2008
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I have now had my N810 for a week and still love it.
It does come with several applications that will get you running from the time you get it out of the box. But there are many-many more available, some replacements, but many add functionality.
I connected to my home Wi-Fi within minutes, and have tried it out in many hot spots without any trouble. The GPS locks on in the same amount of time as my hand held GPS.
I am still working on getting podcasts to feed automatically, but see that the installed video player will do that.

Kudos:
Small form factor (Why I bought this over the Asus EEE-Pc.)
Great battery life (4-6 hours use, 6 days standby with minor tweaking.)
Good keyboard; in the open mode, full screen and half screen.
Handwriting recognition takes practice but works well. (It messes up in the xterm program however.)
Built in stand also serves as hand loop.

Perceived Faults:
Volume is too low in playback mode with anything other than the built in video player.
It would be good to have a tether point for an optional wrist-strap.
Camera is not very high resolution.

Recommended add-ons:
Better case (Nintendo DS-Lite cases work very well.)
Auto charger (Nokia phone charger with the small plug.)
Mini SD card for multi-media content.
Screen protector sheet.
Bluetooth Headset. (I use the Jabra-BT8010.)

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Update: (A few weeks later.)
I have found that the video center program will work well with podcasts. (I combine it with Yahoo Pipes to consolidate about 10 feeds into 2.) Battery life is very dependent upon your use. If you turn off WiFi, you will get a lot more time in use and standby.
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