Nokia N810 Internet Tablet – A lot of similarities with Nokia cell phones

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Internet tablets are not made for everyone. In fact, the market for it is very less and Nokia must know this very well. This manufacturer recently admitted that the device is made only for gadget crazy people and not many would disagree with the statement. There are a couple of internet tablets being launched and the curiosity is steadily rising when these products get launched. Nokia cell phones are quite famous in the market and they are now trying to repeat the success with such bigger devices. There are some good features here like integrated GPS and QWERTY keyboard. The Web browser has been made more robust and the interface too has been improved thanks to the Nokia Internet Tablet 2008 operating system. These new additions are really welcome but it is a bit disappointing to see the cramped keyboard and you will also have to pay $130 more for the driving directions. If you already have Nokia N800, then it is hard to recommend the nokia n810, Internet Tablet as an upgrade but you just download a software update from Nokia for getting the new OS. However, if you have never bought such a device before, then get the N810 for its sleek interface. The cost of this device is $479.99.
Nokia phones are known for their great design and this has been continued on the tablet as well. Nokia is improving the design with every new model. The footprint is much smaller; it is five inches wide, 2.8 inches tall, 0.5 inch deep and weighs 7.2 pounds which is the same as its predecessor. It is a bit on the bulkier side. That said, it is still easy to put the tablet in a purse or bag just like all Nokia cell phones. The looks of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet are pretty cool with brushed metal finish on the chassis. You will certainly collect a lot of stares from onlookers.
The surface is dominated by a 4.1 inch QVGA touch screen which has a resolution of 800x480 pixels and support for 65k colors. Checking out the images and Web sites was really fun owing to the vibrant colors and sharp definition. The screen of the tablet, just like some Nokia phones, is readable in different lighting conditions and there is an ambient light sensor which adjusts the brightness of the screen according to the light in the ambience. User interface here is different as compared to that on the N800 but it is not fully intuitive. On the bright side, navigation is very easy and the apps are organized neatly by different categories. The home screen can be customized with different background images and themes and you can also drag the items conveniently around the page for creating layout that suits you the best.
On the display’s left side, there is a Webcam, back button, Home screen shortcut, and status LED. The navigation pad is moved from the original position on N800 and this is kinda disappointing because it was easy to operate the tablet when the control pad was on the front. Just like some Nokia phones with touch screen, there is stylus bundled here for moving through the menus and selecting the items on Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. is a blog where you will find all the latest Nokia devices reviewed. The author of this blog is a die hard Nokia fan and he has been following the Finnish company for a long time. Even though he loves Nokia, the reviews that he writes are totally unbiased and hence you can rely on this blog if you are purchasing any Nokia product.

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