Nokia unveils N810 Internet Tablet

As you'll see from Tom Dunmore's hands-on blog, Nokia has finally confirmed the new N810 Internet Tablet.It's not quite the leap that some might have

As you'll see from Tom Dunmore's hands-on blog, Nokia has finally confirmed the new N810 Internet Tablet.It's not quite the leap that some might have been hoping for but the two big differences are the addition of a proper QWERTY keypad (take that iPhone) and built-in GPS for sat-nav duty – trumping the N800 that needed a Bluetooth GPS add-on.Like its predecessor it'll handle Skype calls via Wi-Fi, and Skype video calling thanks to the built-in cam. But don't go searching for a slot for your SIM card, it still isn't a mobile phone proper.The screen remains the same – a lush 4.1in of 800x480 pixels – but there’s now 2GB of flash storage built-in and the maximum memory card capacity's been upped to accept 10GB cards – good for up to 7500 tracks.We're expecting full UK deets tomorrow evening but folks in the US will be getting their hands on them from next month.EssentialsNokia N810 Internet TabletPrice: £TBA ($480 in US)On sale: TBA (November in US) Contact: NokiaRelated stories:Nokia N800 gets SkypedReviewed: Nokia N800CES debuts knock-out Nokias