Monday, August 24, 2009

Nokia gets into the Netbook game | Crave - CNET

See the full article for more details, pictures, and a Nokia video.  It will be interesting to see if RIM makes a similar play.

A week doesn't go by without another electronics giant deciding to hop on the overcrowded Netbook bandwagon. Still, it's unusual when a phone manufacturer decides to cross over. Nokia, long rumored to be getting into 3G mini-laptops or "smartbooks," has finally announced a very real 10-inch Netbook.

Called the Booklet 3G, it has a clear design relationship with its phone line, while still being an honest-to-goodness laptop (as opposed to some sort of smartphone hybrid). Running an Atom Z530 processor instead of the more common N270, it also has:

Nokia gets into the Netbook game | Crave - CNET


Tech said...

Looks sleek. It was only a matter of time before Nokia started making notebooks.

Joy Reed said...

It looks very sleek, I hope it performs as good as it looks.