The Wall Street Journal takes a stab at reviewing the Nokia Booklet 3G, the first laptop to come from the Finnish handset maker hellbent on becoming an “internet company”. Katherine Boehret loves the battery life, saying “after running it through a harsh test with its screen cranked up to the brightest setting, Wi-Fi on, music playing on a continuous loop and all power-saving features turned off, it ran for almost eight hours straight”. That’s where the praise end however, she urges readers to “beware its tiny keyboard”. Whatever happened to the 12 hours Nokia promised at Nokia World?
You’ll be able to pick up the Booklet 3G for $300 from AT&T with a 2 year contract, $60/month, that gives you 5 GB of data per month, or you can buy it without contract for $600. Note: The Booklet 3G comes with Windows 7 Starter Edition, which has a whole lot of limitations. Are you doing to pick up this HDMI port packing, underpowered Apple MacBook Pro clone? I’m curious, leave a reply below.