By Andrew Liszewski
While the full specs and pricing info aren’t set to be revealed until Nokia World next week, the company has posted a short video on the Nokia Europe website showing off the more notable features of their new Booklet 3G netbook. Running Windows 7 and powered by an Atom processor, the Booklet 3G features a 10.1-inch glass display and a 2cm thick aluminum body and will supposedly have up to 12 hours of battery life.
In terms of connectivity it’s got three USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI connection, an SD card slot as well as Bluetooth, WiFi, 3G HSPA, GPS, A-GPS and according to SlashGear, there’s even a chance of it having a hot-swappable SIM card slot. Now Nokia obviously isn’t the first company that comes to mind when you think of netbooks, but they’ve put together a nice package with the Booklet 3G and if they manage to price it right they could have a real contender on their hands.