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The Nokia Booklet 3G is not quite a full laptop, but doesn't qualify as a netbook either.

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Pros

3G w/ hot swappable SIM

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lightweight at only 2.7 pounds

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12-hour battery life for all day computing

3 agree

slick aluminum enclosure

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runs Windows 7

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small 10" display with higher resolution than the standard 1024 x 600

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HDMI output

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extremely slim

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price reduction to $199 on contract

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Cons

expensive - $599 unsubsidized or $299 with a 2-year contract for $60 3G data

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Intel Atom based - poorer performance, HDMI output will be limited

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poor flash performance

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poor screen viewing angles

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Laughably overpriced for what it does.

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A-GPS only - probably not real standalone GPS

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The Nokia Booklet 3G is not quite a full laptop, but doesn't qualify as a netbook either. It is small, with an Atom processor and a 10.1-inch display, but the display has a higher resolution than a normal netbook. The Booklet includes integrated 3G wireless, something that makes it stand out from other product released around the same time, and a hot-swappable SIM card. The Nokia Booklet 3G makes full use of an A-GPS with its copy of Ovi Maps and its 12 hour battery life. The Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity are pretty standard, as is the HDMI output, but the 2.7lb aluminum body is sleek and understated. The Nokia Booklet 3G runs off of Windows 7, which is unusual for a netbook, but pretty standard for a very small laptop.

Features
  • 12 hour battery life
  • 10.1-inch display
  • Atom processor
  • Hot-swappable SIM
  • Ovi Maps
  • A-GPS
  • HDMI output
  • 2.7lbs
  • Aluminum body
  • Windows 7
  • 3G wireless
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