A while ago, I seem to remember writing a nice little article telling about how wonderful running KDE on my N770 was. (And, it was). But now, well, this is just amazing.
All in all, the N810 packs more than twice as much power as the N770 and Penguinbait's optimized 2008 port of KDE is simply astounding. KDE runs like it would on a laptop. I'm really not exaggerating. And, to boot, on the N810, I was able to install it on the internal memory card. (I didn't use those maps, anyway.) Eh, I got too excited waiting for the mini SD card to come in from Amazon, so I just decided to try it out. :D
What is also simply brilliant is that this version of KDE comes with an office suite and the ability to print to a networked printer BUILT IN. Pb has included CUPS and Koffice with the package and it is wonderful. Simply wonderful. I have been able to use the N810 as a real laptop replacement. (My Vaio's keyboard died, so I'm typing this on my stowaway bluetooth keyboard, in KDE, on my N810) ;-)
You can grab KDE for the Tablets at it's new, official (and very incomplete, so far) home. TabletHacker.com