Nokia N810 is still a good puchase for collectors

According to some information, the chance of winning a jackpot is 1 in a few hundred million. While these odds are small, they are still a chance that others would be satisfied with. However, the definition of jackpot for some may be different. Also the timing. Winning the Euro jackpot can be life changing, but so can buying a Nokia N810 tablet.

I remember longing for one of these devices, and back when the N810 was announced, I needed a jackpot to get it. But I was smart and spent my money on parties and cheaper Nokia phones instead of buying a jackpot ticket.

The Nokia 810 launched in 2007 and ran Symbian on a proven TI OMAP 2420 CPU, clocked at 400 MHz. The 4.13-inch display took up just over 50% of the front, showing how different the definition of tablet was at the time. But it was a cool device with a Qwerty keyboard, 3.5 mm jack, and 1500 mAh Li-Ion battery.

If you still haven’t hit the jackpot, you can try this beautiful piece of old Nokia technology. The price on Amazon is pretty high, but if you’re a die-hard collector of real Nokia values, the Nokia N810 might be just what you need to turn your life around.

Thanks Spaha for pointing out this gem. I do prefer Nokia E7 more.