Entries Tagged as 'Nokia Netbooks'

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Nokia planning tablets and netbooks running MeeGo?

According to The Wall Street Journal, Nokia mobile solutions head Anssi Vanjoki has stated that Nokia will move beyond the phone space and will launch other MeeGo devices “such as tablets.” Also, to lend more evidence to the case, Netbook News snapped some photos from a Nokia presentation at a recent event showing plans to build “MeeGo Computers.” The product roadmap suggests that the MeeGo 1.1 netbooks/tablets and/or computers could be ready to go before year’s end.

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Full Review of the Nokia Booklet 3G

Over at CrunchGear, they’ve gotten one of the first Nokia Booklet 3gs and have put up a review of the new netbook from Nokia. The model, as tested, was equipped with a 120GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM, and a Intel Atom Z530 Processor running at 1.6 GHz. I has an SD card slot, SIM slot, and supports WiFi and Bluetooth. You’ll notice the inclusion of the Z530 processor instead of the N270 or N280, and it accounts for slow performance. The Booklet got 774 on GeekBench, a low score considering the year old MSI Wind scored 837. That lack of performance is noticeable in real life too, the reviewer complained of very slow response times within Windows, and low load times while just browsing the web and loading pages.

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Nokia to launch a Booklet 3g follow up?

Nokia’s first Booklet 3g hasn’t even begun shipping yet here in the UK, but it’s reported that Nokia is already look at launching an updated version of the netbook next year.   According to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News report cited by DigiTimes, Nokia hopes to ride on the momentum of the first Booklet 3g, and […]

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Nokia Booklet to cost €249 with 2 year mobile contract in Germany

The aluminum shelled Nokia Booklet 3g netbook will hit O2 shelves in Germany for €249 on a 2 year contract. The details are a bit grim though, you pay €249 upfront and then €20 a month for two years on top of the actual O2 wireless service, which is €25 a month. So, that’s a total of €749 for the Booklet 3G, plus the cost of the contract each month. We’re hoping Nokia will have better deals for us in the UK…

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