The N810 is the successor to Nokia’s N800 tablet, now gifted with a keyboard and a more sensibly placed directional pad. Hilariously, most pundits (completely failing to understand how things work) expected it to include WiMax support from the start, and a variant with WiMax was announced… on April 1st 2008.
|Apr 1st||Nokia N810 Internet Tablet WiMAX Edition||I couldn’t help but to laugh out loud to read the press release on that date (especially considering the amount of hype around WiMax)|
|Oct 17||Nokia N810 Gets Official||Mentions GPS, Bluetooth 2.0 and supported media types|
|Oct 17||Hands-On||Not very conclusive. Includes a photo gallery.|
|Oct 19||First Glance: The Nokia N810 Linux Internet Tablet Doesn’t Make Sense||5 minutes were enough to get the gist of it.|
|Oct 21||Several videos of pre-production units. Still seems slow.|
|Nov 24||(Palm OS) Garnet VM Beta||Odd that the ancient Palm OS works so well on this machine that I wish they stripped out Maemo and ran with it…|