• CrunchDeals: Nokia N810 for $179

    Buy.com has dropped the price on the Nokia N810 yet again, this time to $179.99 with free shipping. One month ago to the very day, it was on sale for $199. That’s a savings of a certain amount of dollars! Probably twenty or so! Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Nokia N810 for $199

    Nokia’s N810 Internet Tablet gets a bit of a price drop over at Buy.com. You can pick one up for $199 with free shipping. Since the N810 is Linux-based, you can do ANYTHING with it. ANYTHING. Read More

  • Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition taken out behind the woodshed, shot

    Linguo, dead? Linguo… IS… dead. Replace “Linguo” with the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition, though. Nokia’s just pulled the plug on the device, according to MobileBurn, citing “slow WiMAX roll out in the USA as well as an issue with current WiMAX switches in use not offering optimal performance” as the precipitators for the internet tablet’s demise. Read More

  • Firefox Mobile to be tested first on Nokia N810

    Next week should mark the alpha release of Mozilla’s Firefox Mobile web browser. Interestingly, it’ll first be available on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, according to PC Advisor. The alpha will be available for Windows Mobile devices over the next few months, as well. Mozilla’s interested in testing out the touchscreen interface and the plugin development, so it’s a… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Nokia N810 for $299.99

    It’s Friday, and that means payday for some people. Looking for something to buy? Howsabout this Nokia N810 Internet Tablet for just shy of $300 from CompUSA? The N810 has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS, VGA webcam, open source operating system, 4.3-inch 800×480 display, and more. Here’s a little hands-on we did with the device back in April. Nokia N810 NSeries… Read More

  • How to install Android on your Nokia N810 tablet

    PenguinBait has posted some detailed steps on how to install Android onto your Nokia N810 tablet, thereby giving you the opportunity to test the DontBeEvilOS before everyone on your block. The instructions are fairly complex and could brick your stuff so keep your wits about you. via Pocketable via AOL Read More

  • Nokia N810 WiMAX edition priced like we told you a month ago

    We told you how much it would be a month ago, but some people just don’t listen. We’re off by a few dollars, but we were correct in our initial claim. I don’t understand how it’s already sold out, though. Are there that many people in Chicago and DC that want this thing? I guess I’d buy one if I were in an active WiMAX market. Read More

  • Trolltech's QT, Ubuntu coming to Nokia Internet tablets

    I’m a fan of the Nokia 800-series Internet tablets, and Nokia is making effort to keep them current. It recently bought Trolltech and is in the process of finalizing the purchase. Trolltech makes the QT applications platform that many devices use, and Nokia is no doubt planning on bringing QT to the N810 and perhaps future tablet devices. What’s also notable is Nokia is working… Read More

  • Nokia N810 WiMAX hands-on from 180 feet

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AbDacAA%5D Got a chance to play around with the WiMAX-enabled Nokia N810 that’ll be coming out soon. It’s basically the same deal as the currently-available N810 with the added convenience of being able to glom on to WiMAX networks. Nokia had a “Sky Cafe” rigged up to a gigantic crane that hoisted what basically amounted to a metal… Read More

  • Nokia officially unveils the N810 WiMAX Edition

    Hey, guess what? Remember all the rumors that were floating around about the WiMAX edition of the Nokia N810? Well, Nokia officially took the wraps off of it and I thought I’d tell you. The N810 is pretty much unchanged other than the addition of WiMAX. It comes with a Sprint XOHM account creation wizard to make the transition easy and fast. The N810 will seamlessly switch between Wi-Fi… Read More

  • Nokia N810: The first WiMAX tablet coming (??)

    A link to Nokia Europe shows a Nokia N810 tablet with WiMAX capabilities. It appears to be a standard issue N810 and we can only assume it will appear at CTIA this year. Read More

  • Un-CrunchDeals: Nokia N810 has mysterious price increase. Wait, what?

    [photopress:439.jpg,full,center] Nokia, you teasing little minx! First you drop the price of the lovely N810 Internet Tablet almost $100 to an iPod Touch-competing $389, making many of us check out bank accounts, and then just like that you raise the price to $439? Why do you do this to us? There are rumors of a WiMAX version to be debuted at CTIA in a few weeks, which a lot of people are… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Nokia's N810 gets $90 price drop

    [photopress:n810.jpg,full,center] Nokia’s N810 Internet Tablet quietly got a price drop this week from $479 to $389 MSRP. Math says that’s a drop of $90, making the lusted-after, QWERTY-wielding, touch-screening handheld even more desirable. It also puts it on even footing with the iPod Touch, one of its only real competitors. While I’m a fan of the Touch, the N810 is now… Read More

  • Nokia N810 quick look

    Just got the Nokia N810 tablet in for review and I’m going to pound the heck out of it next week at CES. I’m a huge fan of Maemo and the N-series tablet line so I’m really happy to be able to play with this little dreamboat. This model feels much more solid than the N800 and 770 and it seems there’s more attention to detail as evidenced by the sparse front control… Read More

  • Nokia N810 unboxed and scrutinized

    Peter the Ha was lucky enough to get a little face time with the N810 a month ago and Ars Technica got to play around with one yesterday as well. They found it to be "impressive" but think that the keyboard could have been executed better, which is somewhat unfortunate because the Nokia Internet Tablet family has been aching for the inclusion of real keys since the 770. I like that… Read More

  • Hands on with the Nokia N810

    I’m so thankful I found something worthwhile from this trip to San Francisco. Behold the N810 Internet tablet. It’s awesome. A very nice form factor that makes the N800 look like a fatty, fat, fat, fat. I wants it, too. Read More