Nokia has begun shipping its N810 Internet tablet device, which the company announced a little over a month ago. The device carries a suggested retail price of $479 and acts as a portable entertainment companion as well as a communication device as long as there is a Wi-Fi hotspot or a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone in range. The N810 does not integrate a cellphone.
The feature set of the device includes a QWERTY keyboard, a 4.13” color screen providing a 800x480 pixel resolution at a pixel density of 225 dpi. At the core of the N810 is a TI2420 OMAP processor running at 400 MHz, 128 MB DDR and 256 MB NOR flash memory. The integrated (NAND) flash capacity for storing data is 2 GB, which can be increased to 10 GB with SD memory cards that are currently available with up to 8 GB capacity.
The N810 is selling through electronics retailers nationwide, Nokia said.