Nokia unveils latest Linux Wi-Fi tablet device

Nokia has unveiled its latest Wi-Fi-enabled Linux-based internet tablet device.

Nokiahas unveiled its latest Wi-Fi-enabled Linux-based internet tablet device.

The pocket-sized Nokia N810 can run on thousands of Wi-Fi networks run by the likes of Boingo Wireless, Earthlink and The Cloud.

The Nokia N810 can also be used to make voice over IP calls using Skype and to access services such as Google Mail, Facebook or YouTube. The device has a slide-out keyboard along with a touch screen.

Its built-in maps and satellite navigation also helps users find their way. The N810 will start shipping in mid-November, said Nokia.



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