Boy I would love to get my hands on one of these. It would seem inevitable that Nokia would venture into netbooks, having built the N770 Internet Tablet years ago. But I guess the reality of building an actual netbook (the “NokiaBook”) would seem to stray from their core competence. However, recent developments in the industry — namely the partnership with Microsoft for a mobile office suite and the relative success with their software services (i.e. OVI) can’t detract Nokia from the fact that they are strengthening their position as a wireless leader.
What I’m most excited about is the sync tool. Since I’m a Nokia user, I’d be more than happy to do wireless syncing without the hassles of plugins.
Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.
3 replies on “Nokia Booklet 3G: The “NokiaBook” is coming!”
i’d love to see Nokia Booklet 3G take flight where Palm Foleo left off(or wasn’t really able to).
I’m so excited to see the Nokia Booklet 3G here in the Philippines. I’m actually about to buy a new Netbook but was held off when I saw the ads. Im a nokia user too and I think sync would be a breeze between the Booklet 3G and my phone.
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