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'Nokia Booklet 3G' specs released

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Senghor, Sep 3, 2009.

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    Senghor Member

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    Tumeshuhudia Intel/Nokia partnership ambapo simu za nokia zitatumia processors za Intel badala ya hizi za ARM11, ushirikiano kati ya Microsoft na Nokia wa kuwezesha MS Office 2010 kufanya kazi kwenye simu za Nokia E-series, Linux Maemo OS ambayo ita-replace S60, simu ya mkononi Nokia N900 Tablet yenye 1GB RAM na 32GB (internal) +48GB (expandable) inayoendeshwa na Linux Maemo OS,
    Hebu tuangalie specs za Nokia Booklet 3G:
    -Up to 12hrs of battery life
    -Windows 7 OS
    -19.9mm thin chasis
    -3G/HSPA SIM card
    -Ovi suite (hii ni replacemet ya Nokia PC Suite)
    -120GB HDD
    -Assisted GPS navigation
    -10.1' screen with 1280 X 780 resolution
    -1GB RAM
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    Ramthods JF-Expert Member

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    I saw this news ... look like Nokia is turning things around with a big hit.

    So, what these guys think they are onto...? A phone or a Netbook? 1GB Ram, 120GB HDD is quite bigger than my sister's laptop... wow!

    I heard news that gadget companies are coming up with new concept - a smart book. This is essentially a gadget to fill the gap between a netbooks and smart phones. Now I get feelings Nokia has made its paces on this journey, very soon we gonna see this Nokia "Smart Book"
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    Omumura JF-Expert Member

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    New technology but iwe isiwe, lazima hapo mchina atafyatua yake pia,the same technolgy but cheaper to afford!
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    norbit JF-Expert Member

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    Nokia Booklet 3G. (Is the Mini Laptop not Mobile phone)
    A brand new breed of portable device for Nokia, this mini laptop PC sees the company step foot on freshly cut turf, and we’re a little dumb-struck with excitement at the prospect of the experience that this bite-size Booklet promises to deliver when it arrives. Not to mention what it means bigger picture, and how this product could affect the entire mobile landscape for the better (we’ll save that for another story), but let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet.
    First, let’s get down off our tip-toes, take a deep breath, and soak up all the initial details on what the upcoming Nokia Booklet 3G mini laptop is set to deliver when it lands on laps. Read on for every shred of info currently available on this landmark new product, and get the first close-up look at the Nokia Booklet 3G mini laptop in our photo gallery.
    The new Nokia Booklet 3G will be a Windows-based machine, supported by an efficient Intel Atom processor that promises the performance of a full-function PC. It’s efficiency credentials are boldly punctuated with battery life that stretches up to 12 hours (with normal daily use, of course – don’t expect a 12-hour Quake-fest off a single hit of juice).
    Turning our attention to mini matters of a tape-measure nature, the Nokia Booklet 3G comes toting a glass 10.1-inch HD display (it has an HDMI port for HD video out). This lives within its smart aluminium shell which measures in at just 2cm thin and tips the scales at around a kilogram to ensure it’s extremely portable.
    Connecting at speed is crucial with a product of this nature, so the Booklet 3G has been designed with fast downloading and uploading front of mind – it’s 3G/HSPA ready for rapid mobile broadband anywhere-access on the move. Wi-Fi has also been wedged into it’s slim body. Plus, it supports hot-swappable SIM card functionality.
    It’s talents don’t end there, with Nokia’s mini laptop PC also featuring onboard assisted-GPS with Ovi Maps neatly sat in the passenger seat. There’s a single front-facing camera nestled above the 10.1-inch HD screen for video chat, with Bluetooth and a built-in SD card reader also making appearances.
    You may be wondering why Nokia is adding to its range of products with an ultra portable laptop PC? Well, Nokia’s Executive Vice President for Devices, Kai Oistamo, summed it up simply as follows:
    “A growing number of people want the computing power of a PC with the full benefits of mobility. We are in the business of connecting people and the Nokia Booklet 3G is a natural evolution for us. Nokia has a long and rich heritage in mobility and with the outstanding battery life, premium design and all day, always on connectivity, we will create something quite compelling. In doing so we will make the personal computer more social, more helpful and more personal.”
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    Amoeba JF-Expert Member

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    ...damn! they are advancing, ....but in a wrong way. they are into notebooks now, not mobile fones. hata ukinunua hii bado utahitaji simu ya mkononi!!