The N810 Wimax - Nokias Greatest Comeback

By: IC

The ultimate mobile phone accessory? This is how mobile phone enthusiasts are referring to Nokia's greatest comeback, the N810 WiMax internet tablet. This device is schedule to hit the American market around summer time and is expected to reach great sales due to the many features it sports, for instance it has a gorgeous 4.13 inch WVGA touch screen which is capable of displaying over 65 thousand colors and has a resolution of 800X400 (wide screen). Beyond the beautiful display, this device is capable to using mobile phone data networks if the mobile phone being used is Bluetooth compatible, the connection can be easily established between the two through a link cable or if the user is near a hot spot this device can use detect that WiFi connection and use it to access the web.

Before going any further we need to mention the GPS capabilities of this device. Users can take advantage of this integrated GPS for easy navigation or can access Google maps through a web connection, either way this tablet provides enough features to help users get around town.

The tablet looks much like the Creative Zen W media player which is also wide, however this Nokia's tablet main purpose is to provide easy access to the web instead of multimedia playback which is what the Zen W was made for; don't misinterpret this las statement though, the N810 WiMax is capable of media (audio/video) playback and has a 2GB of internal memory which makes it quite flexible, however some users will agree that 2GB is not enough, which is why Nokia included an expansion slot compatible with microSD cards which can go as high as 8GB.

The built in slide-out QWERTY keyboard is nicely done and makes it easy for users to type web addresses and send emails and by the way if you have a Gmail account you will see that the built in browser's capabilities are amazing since it shows web pages exactly the way they are, in other words users have access to the real web through its high speed compatible ports. The browser it uses is powered by Mozilla, the same guys who provide the famous Firefox. The operation system it uses is the open source Linux-based OS2008 so you know that as far as security you are covered.

The are so many features found in this device such as easy access to RSS feeds through its reader, built-in multimedia player, and such, that is hard to cover them all in one article. If you are a mobile phone and web enthusiast then you will love the features found in Nokia's internet tablet.

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