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Video: New Nokia Booklet 3G!

| August 24, 2009 | Reply

The most powerful Nokia device….

…is a netbook. Or a Mini-laptop as Nokia wants us to call it.

And it’s running on Windows. Not Linux. Not Symbian. Not Maemo. Not Android.

The new Nokia Booklet 3G

[YOUTUBE=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIHWM4liM2g]

Specifications subject to change?

Anyways,

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Technical Specification.Nokia-Booklet-3G-camera-300x300

  • 10.1 inch screen, Glass Front, HD ready (1366 x 768)
  • 12 hours battery life. (Could be enough for a working day without needing ever to plug it in.)
  • 185 x 264 x 19.9mm
  • 1.25kG
  • Intel Atom processor (1.6Ghz?)
  • Windows 7 (I like!)
  • 120GB HDD
  • RAM (1GB?)
  • 3G/HSDPA/WiFi/Bluetooth
  • HDMI For HD output
  • GPS (A-GPS)
  • Single front facing camera
  • Stereo Speakers
  • SD card reader
  • 3 x USB 2.0
  • 3.5mm jack?

Looks quite nice, pretty decent specifications – now what about the price? (Will it be netbook price? Or something a little outrageous like the Sony P-series? – Something around £300 is a sweet spot.

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[According to MR’s Eldar, it’s going to be priced at around 399EUR (347GBP/572USD) unsubsidized, coming December 09. AAS’ Ewan Spence suggests possibly 30GBP/month on contract, even 10GBP if you also get a Nokia phone with it.]

I’m even more jealous now at the people going to Nokia World. Some pretty exciting Nokia devices for NW09..

Hello

Nokia Press Release

Via Nokia Conversations

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