Finally the world’s largest mobile phone company Nokia, steps into the world of netbook computers. The company just introduced its first line of mini laptops called Booklet 3G. The specs? Well…typically what you will see in most netbooks today… Intel Atom, 10.1 inch display, A-GPS, HDMI output, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. What is not typical is that the Booklet 3G has hot-swappable SIM card, an interesting 12 hr battery life and runs Windows 7.
Weighing at just 2.7 lbs, this isn’t the world’s most powerful netbook but it still has a decent specs.
Price? TBA[source: engadget.com]