The Nokia Booklet 3G has taken the netbook concept, and taken it up a few notches, adding all the connectivity features you can think of, adding a HD display, and wrapped it all in aluminum body.
While Nokia might choose to call the Booklet 3G a mini laptop, it is a true netbook at heart, with an Intel Atom processor and 10.1-inch display.
The Nokia Booklet 3G as you would expect, excels on the connectivity / communication side, with hot-swappable SIM card for 3G broadband, WiFi, Bluetooth, and A-GPS.
A copy of Ovi Maps is also included for use with the A-GPS. The battery life of the Nokia Booklet 3G is claimed to be a massive 12 hours.
The netbook weights just 2.7lbs and measures just 2cm thick. With a stylish design and aluminum body, the Booklet 3G looks very impressive. It is also worth noting the HDMI output to go along with the HD display.
Update: Nokia have revealed more information on the Booklet 3G netbook. It will feature an Intel 1.6GHz Atom Z530 CPU, WiFi, Windows 7, and hot-swapable SIM card for 3G access.
It apparently has a “fanless design”, along with 1GB of DDR2 RAM, a 120GB hard drive, 10.1-inch LCD (1,280 x 720 resolution), and a massive removable 16-cell Li-ion battery which should last all day (12 hours).