Nokia reveals full specs and price of Booklet 3G

By Jos
Sep 2, 2009
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  1. Early last week, Nokia announced its much-expected entry into the netbook space with the Booklet 3G. The company hyped the device's 3G connectivity, lightweight design and alleged 12 hours of battery life; but for the most part hardware details were kept under wraps. Now, with its Nokia World Conference currently underway in Germany, the Finnish manufacturer has shed some additional light on its netbook.

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  2. Seems that memory is not upgradable, if thats true then I'm not buying it.
  3. Captain828

    Captain828 TechSpot Guru Posts: 277

    I'd much rather have less battery life and have a ULV Dual-Core + more RAM. Also, an SSD would be a wise choice. While 12 hours of battery sound great, I hope it's not with it in stand-by, but then 16 cells seem pretty extreme for the job.
  4. Opposite for me, I think the 16 cell battery is great. I'd have rather they ditched Atom and Windows for ARM and Maemo, and an SSD instead of a hard drive.
  5. yukka

    yukka TechSpot Paladin Posts: 709   +28

    need more info. seems a little expensive but i like the look of it..
  6. fwilliams

    fwilliams Newcomer, in training Posts: 97

    I will wait for Ubuntu to be installed before I by one.
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