10/18/2007 10:54:00 AM
Nokia has launched another internet tablet called the N810, following on from the N800 and the N770.
The device connects to the internet when in a Wi-Fi hotspot or over Bluetooth from a mobile phone. It comes with a slide-out keypad and a touch-screen for navigation.
Other features include built-in maps and sat nav. Users can make phone calls over the internet as well as using the N810's VGA camera, which can be used as a webcam.
The device also comes equipped with a music player, offering 45 hours of music playback and a memory card slot that can accept a 10GB memory card. It is expected to retail for around £235 before taxes.