Sure, you could have easily crossed the border and bought one, but now you can keep your ugly Canadian money in the barren cold up north. All jokes aside, it is for sale in Canada now, which I assume means that the GPS maps will work in Canada as that is the only hurdle that comes to mind when selling this unit in other countries.
If you want one, it will cost you $485, I assume that’s Canadian, but that’s awful close to the US price, so I am not sure. In case you’ve forgotten, or just haven’t been paying attention, this is a pretty amazing little device considering it doesn’t directly connect to any cellular network
The specs are as follows: 4.13-inch 800×600 resolution touchscreen display, TI 400MHz processor, 128MB DDR2 RAM, a slide out keyboard, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, and GPS all built in. I finally got to play with one myself at Nokia’s booth at CES and I must say, they are pretty amazing little devices and I want one.
Nokia N810 now available in Canada [via gadgetell]