>> Hi. This is Rafe Needleman from Web Wear, and we're
taking a look at the new Nokia N 810 tablet computer.
This is a Nokia product, it's not a phone. It's
actually a Wi-Fi based Web access computer that you can
work the Web on. It's touch screen. It will ship in
November for $479, so Nokia says. Held like this, looks
a little familiar, doesn't it? This machine runs LINUX,
it comes with the browser, with Skype, with a couple
other applications. Changes from the N 800 are that it
has GPS built in, and it's a really nice device. It's
really thin, it's bigger than an iPhone, and it doesn't
have a cellular modum in it. You access the Web through
Wi-Fi or via a Bluetooth link in our own cell modem.
Nokia says that they know how to build cell phones and
they might build one into a future device, or a module
for this one later. But right now this is a Web access
device. Now one of the things about this is because
this is without a cellular carrier, Nokia doesn't have
to deal with the carriers and what they want to put on
it. So when they talk about building a clean Internet
device, they can do whatever they want, and they've done
it on this device. So, Nokia N 810, this is Rafe
Needleman from webware.com.
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