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Nokia is entering the personal computer market with a small netbook computer, the Booklet 3G, which has specifications much like a cellphone: 3G, Bluetooth, GPS, and a headphone and microphone combined on one jack. It’s also got a price that gets a lot better if you sign up for a two-year contract for wireless data on AT&T: $299. (It costs $599 without the $60-a-month commitment.)
The most intriguing feature, however, is not common on laptops or cellphones: 12-hour battery life.