Here is yet another review of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. This time it’s from Jenn over at Pocketables. I really enjoy her reviews because she is a lot like me. She has an incredible addiction to mobile devices, Well… I guess a lot of us do as well, but she and I have websites to talk about them and drop loads of money feeding the addiction. Anyhow, take a look for yourself…
The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is a noteworthy improvement over its predecessor in terms of design, internal storage, and processor speed. Functionality, however, has remained mostly unchanged. The N800 doesn’t have an integrated GPS receiver or a hardware keyboard, but its extra expansion card slot and the fact that OS2008 is available as an update makes upgrading to the N810 more of a superfluous option than a necessity.
Even so, the N810 is still an incredibly versatile, capable, and impressive mobile device.
I am not going to tell you that the HTC Advantage is “better” than the Nokia N810, but it does serve all the needs that the Nokia would provide to me. No need to get myself another “internet tablet”, but maybe you need one. If you do, check out her complete review with loads of nice photos at Pocketables.