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Nokia N810 review
Mark Peters : July 15th 2008 - 12:13 CET
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NokiaNokia N810 review : Mobile Internet is gradually becoming more important. The number of people using their mobile phone to find information about the weather/traffic, or to send and receive emails, is growing by the day. Nokia meet the demand for multimedia devices with their N-series. The handsets belonging to these series are perfectly suitable for Internet access, making video calls, navigation and many more functions. Generally, surfing the Internet on a small device such as a mobile phone works fairly well, however, if you frequently use the Internet, you do notice the lack of a full keyboard and touch screen on the Nokia phones. Nokia aims at a different target group with the Internet Tablet.

Nokia N810 internet tablet
The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet comes in a simple package with a picture of the device displayed on it. Furthermore; the type name is clearly mentioned all around the package. Inside it, there are several layers; the top layer shows a picture with an opening in which the Nokia N810 is visible, presenting its full QWERTY keyboard. At the bottom you will find a box with more accessories. Nokia standard deliver a car holder, a pouch, a battery charger, a data cable, a headset, two stylus pens and instruction manuals. You might say it's a fully delivered device. Mozilla Web browser is installed for convenient surfing of the Internet. Thanks to the large screen of the Nokia N810 it is easy to surf the Internet. At times it is more convenient to work with the stylus pen than your finger, for example when scrolling through a Web page or clicking a link or entry field. It is also possible to zoom in, but this does mean a considerably smaller part of the Web page will be visible, which makes you having to scroll considerably more.

Nokia N810 review

Nokia internet tablet memory
The Nokia N810 offers 2GB of internal memory. About one third of the internal memory is reserved for navigation software, which leaves you sufficient memory to store your music, videos and pictures. If the internal memory does not suffice, you can enhance it with a miniSD memory card. The Nokia N810 supports memory cards up to 8GB and in the future higher storage capacities will be supported automatically or through an update.

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Nokia N810 review
The Nokia N810 features a large 4.1 inch (480x800) wide touchscreen which can be operated with your finger as well as the included stylus pens. The stylus pen comes in handy when dealing with somewhat more precise operations, such as dragging a file or changing a file name. It's easier to work with more precisely, compared to working with your finger, in which case you might just miss the right spot. The touchscreen responses very fast which ensures a user-friendly operation of the Nokia N810. Additionally, a slide button is placed on the top side of the device to lock both the keys and the touchscreen. Very convenient, as it prevents unintentional changing or deleting of items. Continue to read the full Nokia internet tablet review at LetsGoMobile.
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