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Nokia Booklet 3G mini laptop declared the price

Earlier Nokia brought out the full technical specification and now declared the price of Nokia Booklet 3G portable device mini laptop PC.

Nokia Booklet 3G mini-laptop cost around an estimated 575 Euros (around £500 inc. VAT) when it ships in later this year.

The Nokia Booklet 3G has been designed to deliver up to 12 hours of battery life, offering over a heavy working day’s battery life in one compact and svelte design.

Running Windows 7 and powered by an Intel Atom processor, this will be one the stylish mini-laptops on the market, as the premium design uses a single piece of machined aluminium to achieve a seamless design.

With a built-in hot swappable 3G SIM card you’ll be able to make the most of staying connected, while the integrated Ovi Suite of tools means you’ll be able to sync your smartphone with minimum hassle.

Check out the full tech spec of the Nokia Booklet 3G:
Weight (max) 1.25kg
Dimensions (max) 264 x 185 x 19.9 mm
CPU and Chipset
Intel Atom Z530, 1.6GHz
Intel Poulsbo US15W, fanless design
Memory and Storage
RAM: 1GB, DDR2, 533MHz, soldered down
HDD: 120GB, 1.8-inch/5mmH/SATA, 8 MB cache, 4200 RPM
10.1-inch (1280 x 720 pixels), glass window
16-cell, 56.8 Wh, Li-Ion prismatic
802.11 b/g/n, 2T2R
BT 2.1 + EDR
Built-in 3G modem (data calls only)
Different variants: WCDMA: 850/1900/2100 or WCDMA 900/2100 or no modem (All modem variants have GSM and GPRS)
Operating System:
Windows 7 Starter Edition, Home Premium or Professional
MS Office Small Business 60 day trial
MS Internet Explorer 8
HDD protection utility, Hotkey utility , Knock Control utility, Power Profile Switcher, Battery Life utility
Nokia Update Manager
Ovi Suite
Ovi Maps Gadget
Social Hub
F-Secure Internet Security 2010 trial
I/O ports
1 x HDMI 1.2 out
3 x USB 2.0
1 x headphone out (OMTP 3.5 mm) – with OMTP headsets also functions as audio in
1 x DC-in
1 x SD card reader
1 x SIM / USIM slot
Camera and microphone
1.3 MP front facing camera with integrated microphone
Frame keyboard
2 physical layouts: US (78 keys, 17 mm pitch, 1.8 mm stroke) and UK (79 keys, 16.7 mm pitch, 1.8 mm stroke)

Nokia Booklet 3G

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