Warner pointed to Internet Tablet Talk’s pictures of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet this morning. Here are some updated links with the official announcement, plenty of specs, pictures, first impressions, etc.
The Nokia N810 is listed at $479, available in November. Good news for current N770 and N800 owners: we’ll get the updated OS, too.
- Nokia’s Official Announement
- Official press photos
- Internet Tablet Talk and their temporary blog
- Thoughfix’s TabletBlog.com
Specs courtesy via Engadget’s reporting
- Same 4.13-nch WVGA (800 x 480), 65k color display as the N800, brightness increased by ~20%
- GPS via Ovi
- 2GB internal storage (not including memory cards), ships with maps for use with GPS
- Has WiFi (802.11b/g), does not have WiMAX
- Bluetooth (2.0+ EDR) DUNs to capable phones
- 400MHz OMAP 2420 CPU, 128MB RAM, 256MB ROM
- Integrated frontal camera, ambient light sensor, mini USB 2.0, hardware lock switch
- Plays back video: 3GP, AVI, H.263, H.264, MP4, ASF, WMV, MPEG-1/4, Real video; audio: MP3, WMA, AAC, AMR, AWB, M4A, MP2, Real audio, WAV
- Battery life: 4 hours of “typical use” , 10 hours music only, and up to 2 weeks totally idle time, and 5 days active standby
- Runs Nokia’s Linux Maemo interface
- 5 x 2.83 x 0.55-inches, 7.97 ounces
- Keyboard: Ryan Block is reporting that they keyboard, especially the upper keys, are hard to use because the screen sits right up on the keys, forcing users to key with the thumb almost perpendicular.
- smaller but solid
- feels good in the hands
- youtube is smooth but still no direct camera upload
- one miniSD card slot
- snappier response all around
- lots and lots of little clever improvements
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