Product Type: Nokia Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Newest Review: ... myself stranded in foreign parts unable to even make a call. This is where the N810 comes into its own. No, the connection is not fast. Du... more
Smart device that cuts the corners
Member Name: cybcyb
Advantages: Portable, compact device
Disadvantages: Not well implemented and lacks phoning capabilities
The Nokia N810 is a well proportioned Internet tablet including inbuilt WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, 2GB memory and a microSD slot.
The build quality is very good and it feels sturdy in your hands. Sliding the QWERTY keyboard feels a little bit flimsy but not as part as the likes of the O2 XDAs, the keys are very flat and hard though which is a disappointment as it can become frustrating when you want to write a long email.
The N810 screen is very bright and clear but the touchscreen is a little too sensitive for my liking (You can't please everyone can you!).
The Web browser which is almost the main function of the device is a huge disappointment as the web pages take a long time to load and as they are loading you can't scroll or do anything else.
Gesture implementation like the iPhone would have been a huge asset to zoom into the web page but instead a awkwardly placed button to go full screen tries to take care of that.
The GPS is really slow in finding satellites and the software lacks features that even some of the basic SatNavs have. Best to use a dedicated device me thinks.
The miniUSB port also sadly only transfers files and not charge as well which very annoying.
Summary: Only for those who want to do basic email\web checking
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