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Nokia Booklet 3G

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    The New Nokia Booklet 3G Netbook: An In-Depth Product Review

    Posted by Allie Vance | 13 September 2009, 5:43 am

    The Nokia Booklet 3G is a very innovative approach from Nokia, who have created their netbook which appears to be stealing all the glory from its rivals. The netbook comes combined with 3G, and although the Nokia Booklet 3G was released into a swarming market, it still found plenty of space on the shelves where it can be viewed in its pure beauty.
    The Nokia Booklet 3G is a 10 inch netbook with the regular Intel Atom processor. The operation System of the netbook is the most recent, Windows 7. However, it is not these features that has glorified the Nokia Booklet 3G. The outstanding 12 hour battery life of the netbook and the HDMI-out port are why the Nokia Booklet 3G is so talked about. This will no doubt tempt drooling buyers, especially comparing the Nokia Booklet 3G netbook against its competitors who can hardly store half the battery from their machines.
    The Nokia Booklet 3G netbook is fantastic with its options of connectivity, considering the fact that the SIM can be changed, therefore you have a mobile internet whenever you want. The three USB ports and the SD-card reader will ensure this for that little be extra – to be on the safe side.
    Nokia seem to love their Ovi application feature and have not failed to use it here on their netbook.
    If you concentrate on the design of the Nokia Booklet 3G netbook for a second, you will notice the difference between this model and the many other models on the market which commonly use plastic covers for their netbook. Nokia have cleverly used the MacBook’s idea of an aluminium shell, to ensure style as well as the reduction of the hum from the fan.
    The measure of the Nokia Booklet 3G netbook is another matter which is so striking about it. Nokia have been able to create a netbook only 2cm thin and weighing an extremely light measure of 1.25 kilo grams. You would think that with a netbook this tiny, there could hardly be anything else to add to the machine, yet Nokia decided to opt for more. The Nokia Booklet 3G netbook comes with a front-facing camera, just above the HD display – this would be ideal for video messaging.
    However, it is still yet to be discovered whether the Nokia Booklet 3G netbook will beat its competitors or not. The machine is a great tool to be carrying around, but much of this will also depend on the confirmation of the price and any 3G packages which may be available.