Mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has entered the netbook market with the launch of the Nokia Booklet 3G.
The 10-inch Nokia Booklet 3G will run on Microsoft Windows and is powered by the Intel Atom processor.
According to Nokia it has a 12-hour battery life; if true this would better the , which achieved nine hours battery life in our netbook tests.
The netbook weighs 1.25 kilograms, which makes it lighter than the Samsung NC10 and the .
Mobile internet connections
As you’d expect from Nokia the Booklet 3G has a wide range of connectivity options to provide high-speed access to the internet on the go.
The Booklet 3G will also include Nokia’s Ovi services, which includes an address book, maps and a calendar. The Ovi maps feature works with the integrated A-GPS to pinpoint your exact location.
Pricing and availability was not available at the time of writing.
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