After teasing its 10.1-inch netbook with 3G and Assisted-GPS, Nokia has confirmed an impressive 16-cell (12-hour) battery and coughed-up full specs: Windows 7, 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor, 120GB hard disk, 1GB RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and HDMI. Price: €575 ($810) before-subsidies.
The Booklet 3G is pretty thin (just 0.78-inches), and will have a hot-swappable SIM card slot and integrated Ovi maps. A built-in accelerometer is also quite interesting, as is the screen resolution: 1280 by 720 (720p).
Usual netbook fare includes Bluetooth, 3 USB slots, an SD card reader and a 1.3-megapixel camera. But it's that amazing-sounding battery life I'm eager to test. The 16-cell Li-Ion unit will also be user-removable. One disappointment: No Nvidia Ion graphics :(