Nokia introduces impressive-looking mini-laptop

Posted by Simpur | Posted in , , , , | Posted on Thursday, August 27, 2009

Nokia recently shocked the tech industry by revealing their new Booklet 3G, a 10.1-inch netbook that's only 2 cm thick, and boasts a 12-hour battery life.

This mini-laptop will let you connect to Internet at almost anywhere with built-in 3G HSPA, Wi-Fi, GPS and A-GPS connectivity.

Wighing in at only 1.25kg, this machine will run on Windows 7 and an Atom processor and will also feature premium construction - an ultrathin design, durable aluminum metalwork, and a high-gloss finish.

There's no telling how much Nokia will charge for the Booklet 3G, but all is expected to be revealed at Nokia World which will kick off next week. In the meantime, check out the video posted on Nokia's Europe website..

Nokia Booklet 3G

Article: OhGizmo!
Product Page: Nokia Booklet 3G

Comments (4)

how much it costs??

Nokia has just announced that this device will cost around US$810.

its seem fantastic but if there is green colour i wont mind how much it cost...but still i prefer sony vaio

So this is basically a different take on the netbook... I just hope it still fits in my netbook sleeve

Post a Comment