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While Nokia describes the Booklet 3G as a "mini laptop", it is widely described as a netbook. It is 2 centimetres (0.79 in) thick and weighs 1.25 kilograms (2.8 lb), is cased in an aluminum shell, and has been said to resemble a MacBook. Its glossy display measures 10.1 inches (260 mm) diagonally, and supports high-definition video.

The Booklet uses an Intel Atom Z530 processor to run the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Nokia says that the battery will last up to 12 hours per charge. The Booklet supports network connections through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G/HSPA. It also offers telecommunications support via SIM card, has a built-in A-GPS receiver and accelerometer, and includes Nokia's Ovi Maps service. The integrated Intel GMA 500 graphic system is poorly supported by the Linux distributions, since the drivers for it are proprietary software.

Additional Information ¶ 

Wikipedia: Nokia Booklet 3G

CNET: Nokia Booklet Review

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