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After more than 25 years of being the leader in mobile industry, Nokia is now venturing into a new line of devices; the netbook.

Named as the Nokia Booklet 3G, it will be Nokia’s first Windows based netbook to enter the PC market.

Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Nokia Booklet 3G can live for as long as 12 hours before the need to recharge, enabling people to leave their power cable behind and still be connected and productive.

Nokia Booklet 3G weighs 1.25 kilograms, 1.99cm thin, and has a broad range of connectivity options Рincluding 3G/ HSPA, aGPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Рgives consumers high speed access to the Internet, including Nokia’s broad suite of Ovi services, and allows them to make the most of every moment and every opportunity.

The mini-laptop also comes with an HDMI port for HD video out, a front facing camera for video calling, integrated SD card reader. Other premium features include the 10-inch glass HD ready display and an integrated A-GPS which, working with the Ovi Maps gadget, can pinpoint your position in seconds and open up access for a truly personal maps experience. The Nokia Booklet 3G also brings a number of other rich Ovi experiences to life, whether its access and playback of millions of tracks through the Nokia Music Store, or using Ovi Suite to sync seamlessly from your Nokia smartphone, to your mini-laptop, to the cloud.

Availability and pricing will be announced during the upcoming Nokia World event on sept. 2nd. For now, let’s check out the promo video of the Nokia Booklet 3G.

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14 Comments

August 24th, 2009

any pricing out yet?

smashpopNo Gravatar Reply:

will be announced during nokia world

ChingchongNo Gravatar Reply:

when exactly is that?planning to buy a laptop..was aiming for hp mini but now maybe this..depends on pricing

August 24th, 2009

this thing runs on symbian?

smashpopNo Gravatar Reply:

Powered by the Intel Atom processor, running Windows. hehehe

August 24th, 2009

wow! This is interesting! 10 hours run time… wanna know the price!!

smashpopNo Gravatar Reply:

its 12 hours. with 10 inch HD screen

CFXNo Gravatar

August 25th, 2009

is there any words on the GPU?
i remember the Atom couldnt really handle HD playback that well

msterNo Gravatar Reply:

An atom CPU can handle HD playback…if the correct software and hardware are used…..My cousin has a PC with an atom 1.6 GHz CPU…but use an intergrated NVIDIA 9400 GPU along with 2GB of RAM and the PC plays HD without a problem, however only on players like VLC and KM Player does it do so……on Windows Media Player…playback is choppy and video and audio are off sync..but this could be a codec problem

however that PC runs Win XP and I’m not sure how WIN 7 will handle HD playback….

CFXNo Gravatar Reply:

in your cousin’s case i would say that it’s because of the hardware HD rendering. Does your cousin install CCCP on this netbook? if so, then the playback is being handled by 9400M, so there should really be any framedrops

August 25th, 2009

When Nokia gonna send u and play with it? review review review~ :P

August 25th, 2009

[...] yesterday when we got the news about the Nokia Booklet 3G, the company has just announced the new Nokia 5230 that looks exactly like the 5800 XpressMusic but [...]

fr0sti3No Gravatar

August 25th, 2009

heya all, haha looks like even nokia’s jumping into the netbook frenzy field

I speculate the price should be around RM 1.5k range, unless it’s running NVIDIA ION instead of intel 945 IGP for 1080p HD display.

10 to 12 inch glossy LCD, 1024×600 or 1280×800 resolution. 1gb DDR2 533mhz
160gb HD ? haha SSD too pricey

hmmm… unless they use geforce/ion solution full HD will be stuttering like mad lo

January 19th, 2011

[...] yesterday when we got the news about the Nokia Booklet 3G, the company has just announced the new Nokia 5230 that looks exactly like the 5800 XpressMusic but [...]

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