Nokia launches netbook rangeMobile phone manufacturer to launch netbook
25 August 2009
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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