Not long ago Nokia announced the N810 Tablet, a personal tablet device with a 4″ screen, wi-fi, camera, GPS and 2GB of built-in storage with expansion up to 10GB through an SD-card. The Linux powered device was an interesting proposition because it basically allowed for infinite development through it’s open source operating system. Something the iPhone hasn’t been and probably won’t be able to do.
The n810 WiMax edition is Nokia’s newest iteration using WiMAX technology over Sprint’s Xohm service giving you 4g technology in an otherwise 2-3G US Market. Good times. Availability is slated for the end of June. [via]