Mobile phone vendor unveils Windows-based, Intel Atom powered device

Nokia launches first netbook

Nokia has unveiled the Booklet 3G, its long-rumoured netbook. It has a ten-inch display, and is powered by Intel’s Atom processor.

Nokia promises 12 hours of battery life, 3G/HSPA data connectivity built in (plus Wi-Fi and Bluetooth), and access to the Ovi suite of services. That includes the Nokia Music Store, and the Ovi Suite synching tool.

The netbook also has an HDMI port for HD video out, a front-facing camera that will support video calls, and A-GPS – which will be used for an Ovi Maps widget for location-based services.

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