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In the day since Nokia first started letting people put their grubby little paws on the upcoming Booklet 3G, a number of tech bloggers and journalists have been more than happy to do so. If you’re not put off by the $800 price for the unlocked version of this light weight, 3G-capable mini-laptop, you can find plenty of pictures and hands-on videos to tide you over until it’s available in your region.

CNET Asia has posted a video and a few photos that should give you a good idea of just how thin this laptop is, as well as just how well the high capacity battery fits into the base of the unit.

Engadget also dug up a nice hands-on video from YouTube user recombu, which you can watch after the break. You can also see videos from PhoneArena, and The Inquirer. Sure, all the videos show pretty much the same thing, but you know, from different angles and stuff! Check them out after the page break.


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3 replies on “More Nokia Booklet 3G photos, videos”

  1. Waiting for the big noise when this thing flops. Too expensive & too slow. It is a shame that Nokia almost got it right, but there is so much competition in the netbook market that you really have to get things just about perfect or your customers will beat a path to your competition’s door.

    1. Unless it somehow makes more sense in Europe (their home market), this doesn’t look competitive at all.

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