The Finnish giant has revealed the details of the Nokia 3G Booklet netbook and we would have admired the pricing details and the release date alongwith but, that was not to be. Probably then, there would have been no charm left for the Booklet being displayed at the Nokia World 2009. Nonetheless, we still like what we see right from the 10.1-inch high-resolution display to the Intel Atom (unspecified) processor and the lightweight aluminum body which keeps the weight down to 1.25kg. There is 3G connectivity support and an integrated hot-swappable SIM card which means that the Booklet has a category of its own.
Very unlike a netbook though, it runs on Windows 7 which makes it more of a mini notebook. Navigation is rendered through A-GPS with pre-saved Ovi Maps, plus there is an HDMI output, Bluetooth and WiFi integration. Another highlight of the Booklet is the 12 hours of battery life. Ask me what it is doing here on CB; I’ll say that you define its category first.