The N810 is an updated version of the N800, part of Nokia's line of Internet tablets. Nokia markets their Internet tablets as high functioning PDAs that sit somewhere between high-end smart phones and value priced laptops. With the N810's introduction of a full QWERTY keyboard the device comes even closer to the world of laptops. The N810 retains the same size and resolution touch screen with lower power consumption and higher brightness. The other big change the N810 sees over its predecessor is the inclusion of an integrated GPS system with maps built in.
- 4.13 inch screen at a resolution of 800x480, displaying 65K colors
- Processor: 400MHz
- Internal RAM: 128 MB
- 2GB internal storage, expandable with miniSD cards (maximum 8GB)
- WiFi: 802. 11b/g
- Blutooth 2.0
- USB 2.0
- Frontal facing camera for video conferencing
- Battery life: 4 hours video/wifi, 10 hours just music, 2 weeks idle
Running off of a full fledged Linux operating system and giving full access to developers has inspired a cult following of hackers that develop new applications to enhance the device. A suite of software comes prepackaged including a Mozilla based browser with full Flash 9 support, mail applications, and a media player supporting more formats than most dedicated media devices.
Comparisons with the iPhone are natural, however the N-series of tablets don't feature any cell phone capabilities. Instead Nokia encourages users to use the built in Skype software, or GTalk, to handle calls through Voice Over IP, requiring the existence of a WiFi connection.