MobileBurn is carrying this in-dept review of the Nokia N810 Mobile Internet Device, including an extensive gallery:
“The Nokia N810 is the third product in the Internet Tablet lineup from the Finnish handset manufacturer. Featuring a large 4.1″ touchscreen with 800×480 pixel resolution and based on Maemo, a Linux based user interface, Nokia’s Internet Tablets are slowly progressing from a geek toy to a consumer device.
With the N810, Nokia has added a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a built-in GPS receiver. Nokia also stuffed 2GB of built-in memory inside, with a miniSD card slot for expanded storage. The N810 retains many of the hardware features of the N800, such as a built-in VGA resolution camera for video calling, hardware buttons for zooming in and out on the interface, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The N810 uses a micro-USB port for data transfer and also sports a built-in kickstand for convenience.”
Read the rest of the article here