Nokia had a double announcement today. One part new Internet tablet and one part Wi-Fi access deal.
Up first, the N810 is Nokia's new tablet that uses Wi-Fi or Bluetooth (from a cell phone) to access the Internet. It runs the Linux as the kids are calling it and comes loaded with features.
The N810 adds GPS to the mix as well as a screen that is 20% brighter than the N800. The processor also got a boost up to 400MHz.
Second, Nokia has partnered up with Boingo to provide Nokia S60 and tablet users access all of Boingo's Wi-Fi hotspots all over the world.
The Wi-Fi access will cost $7.95 a month.