Will be present in the market booklet Nokia 3G, Nokia's appearance is similiar netbook is equipped with advanced features. And can be categorized like a smarphone notebook. The latest news on the wireless front is Nokia's announcement of the Nokia Booklet 3G, coming exclusively to Best Buy stores in mid-December.
The Booklet 3G is, of course, Nokia's grand entrance into the netbook game, one already cluttered with a number of competitors from every corner of the earth. But even though it's technically 2 years late, the Booklet comes armed with some pretty impressive features you won't find on most netbooks these days: 3G, A-GPS, Windows 7, 12 hours of battery life, amd HDMI.
This comes at a price: retail for the Booklet 3G is 575 Euros, or $836. That's if you buy it unsubsidized. However, if you buy it from everyone's favorite retailer Best Buy, you're looking at completely different pricing: it's $299 out-the-door, with a required AT&T Data Connect 2-year contract. Data Connect comes in three flavors: $20 for 10MB, $40 for 200MB, and $60 for 5GB (per Month). What, no unlimited plans? And 10MB, in this day and age, is a comple joke.
So at the absolute cheapest, the Nokia Booklet 3G will set you back $299 + $480 for the 2-year contract, to the tune of $779 bucks. That would get you the glass-and-aluminum netbook and 2 years of 3G with a limit of 10 megabytes a month.
If you're interested, get to your local (or online) Best Buy on October 22nd - that's the first day preorders will start for the Booklet 3G. I honestly do not see too many takers right now.