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Nokia Enters Laptop Market

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Aug 24, 2009, 7:17 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome
updated Aug 24, 2009, 4:55 PM

Nokia today announced the Booklet 3G, a mini-laptop PC running Windows. The Booklet features integrated 3G HSPA data connectivity, video calling, A-GPS, and Ovi services. Other features are similar to most netbooks, including Wi-Fi, 10-inch display, HDMI for HD video out, Bluetooth, and an SD card reader. The device weighs 2.75 pounds and is 0.78-inch thick. Using an Atom processor, Nokia claims the Booklet will last up to 12 hours on one battery charge. Nokia will announce availability and pricing on September 2.

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Aug 24, 2009, 7:40 AM

12hrs battery life, ?REALLY?

I find this 12hr battery life very, very ?questionable? And of course the article didn't bother to say if the 3G is tri-band, or Europe's stupid 2100 band.
Jayshmay said:
I find this 12hr battery life very, very ?questionable?

It's "up to" 12 hours... very key phrase, there. Wink

And of course the article didn't bother to say if the 3G is tri-band, or E

Aug 25, 2009, 10:48 AM


I just cant ever get happy aboout saomething this small, i love my 2yr old laptop, its thin has a decent screen etc, i just cant really get into these at all, most of them dont have cd drives at all....fail just cant understand the craze

Aug 24, 2009, 7:49 AM


If they had made this a Maemo based device, especially a convertible tablet netbook, instead of a conventional netbook ... I would be ALL over this. Better than waiting for the Apple 10" tablet rumors to pan out.

But ... WINDOWS???? F that.
Maemo is not only the most fun operating system to say aloud (closely followed by "Ubuntu"), but what they've done with the internet tablets is one of those possible future directions of technology, and just flat out cool. If there was any cha...

Aug 24, 2009, 10:16 AM

Phone Functionality?

If it is targeted to Mobile Operators and it allows for video calling, I would hope it also allows for regular voice calling (and not just VOIP). That would truly make it an awesome device and the hot-swappable sims would be more useful then if one were to use a voice sim and a data sim. I don't see any other benefit to hot-swappable sims especially since mobile operators wouldn't want you swapping in a competitors sim. If it has regular GSM voice...it is the perfect netbook.
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