"Nokia's N810 Internet Tablet finally makes it to the US, and
it'll cost you $480. For once, Nokia's eschewing of the term
'phone' turns out to make sense: The only connection option you get
with the N810 are WiFi and Bluetooth.
"For the price, though, it's a capable little box. You get GPS
(and preloaded maps, although you can sign up with Wayfarer in
December for $130 a year), up to 10GB memory (2GB internal and up
to 8GB more via memory card), a slide out keyboard for some real
typing, music and VoIP (via Skype or the Gizmo Project...)"
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