Now available in selected markets in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. To reduce distractions, the Nokia 810 car phone features a dash-mounted backlit display, extra-large fonts, expanded voicerecognition functions, and intuitive handsfree commands. The Nokia 810 car phone operates on the GSM 900/1800 networks and is now available in selected markets in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. With just a touch of a single Navi(TM) wheel or voice key, users of the Nokia 810 car phone will be able to make voice commands, access contact information and other applications quickly andconveniently. Voice commands can be used to download contacts from a compatible mobile phone with Bluetooth wireless technology. A wireless headset, sold separately, allows the user to conductcalls in private, when necessary. The Nokia 810 car phone also features an external antenna, linked via cable connector, which offers enhanced GSM network coverage. “Whether in privateor company cars, trucks or delivery vans, the Nokia 810 car phone sets new Nokia standards for comfort and ease of use,” says Razvan Olosu, General Manager, Nokia Smart Traffic Products, Nokia MobilePhones. “The Nokia 810 car phone presents a new operating philosophy, in which in-vehicle voice and data communication is convenient, in addition to being feature-rich.” The convenience of theNokia 810 car phone is most noticeable in the separate display, which features an extra-large font size so that numbers and text can be read quickly and easily. The display can be mounted in avariety of positions on the dashboard and is equipped with automatic backlighting adjustable for day- or nighttime use. Additionally, The Nokia 810 car phone has a memory that can be used bytwo different people using a single SIM card. This personalization is especially convenient for company or family cars that are used by more than one person. Phonebook entries, voice dial andpersonal settings, such as ring tones, can be saved in two separate memories and activated with ease. The Nokia 810 car phone can be connected via Bluetooth wireless technology or RS 232 datacable to peripheral devices such as compatible laptops or vehicle’s on-board systems using high-speed data in HSCSD and GPRS networks. The Nokia 810 car phone can then be used as a data modem or forfleet management applications, operated by means of AT commands.