Canadians are left with the short end of the stick on a lot of things. The price for wireless data, for example, is astronomical, and we’re among the last people to get our hands on the hottest new cell phones. If you’re a Canuck who has been waiting for the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, your wait is now over. The sliding QWERTY device is now available north of the 49th parallel.
As you recall, the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is the successor to the N800. It’s new and improved, rocking a 4.13-inch touchscreen display (800×640), TI OMAP 2420 processor (400MHz), and 128MB DDR2 RAM. The web surfer also comes equipped with a handy supply of wireless radios, including 802.11g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, and GPS. The only radio missing is cellular, but you probably wouldn’t want to pay for data in Canada anyways.
Canadians can now have the Internet in their pocket with the Nokia N810. Look for it on Nokia.ca for $485.00.