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Earlier there have been quite a few rumors about Nokia entering the Netbook market but until now, the debate was nothing more than a piece of wind-talk. However, this morning Nokia announced that it will soon be shipping a new product which it calls as the Nokia Booklet 3G and from what it looks like, its more than just a Netbook.

Interestingly! Nokia itself is hesitating to brand this machine as a Netbook and goes on by calling it as a mini-laptop. Though we definitely would like to support Nokia on this as this device is more powerful and efficient than a regular netbook, even though it bears the guts of an Intel Atom processor which is now a standard for Netbook devices.

Below are some of the detailed features of the Nokia Booklet 3G.

  • Intel Atom Processor on the back-end.
  • A Windows-based machine running Windows 7.
  • Glass display of 10.1 inches with HD display.
  • Battery life up to 12-hours.
  • Integrated 3G wireless and WiFi.
  • A-GPS, webcam, Bluetooth and SD card reader.

So basically you can think of it as something between a smartphone and a laptop, but still its impressive.

No word yet on the price and availability of the device but I guess we will be seeing more of it at Nokia World 09 on September 2nd, along with the detailed specifications and probably even a preview.


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