Nokia unveils Booklet 3G netbook computer

Nokia is working on a new netbook dubbed the “Booklet 3G” that will be powered by Microsoft Windows Vista (according to the video below but it is more likely the netbook will in fact run Windows 7).

The device weighs in at only 2.75 lbs, has AGPS, WiFi, will include the Nokia OVI store, and a long 12-hour battery life. The device will come in blue, black or silver colors.

 No other information is currently available, but we’ll have more on Sept 2 when Nokia is set to completely unveil the device then.

As for a possible launch date, we’d expect it to launch post the Windows 7 launch and in time for the holiday season.

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Murad is an engineering graduate from Centennial college in Toronto, Canada. Write to [email protected]
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