The problem is that the netbook – Nokia’s first – has an unjustified high price for the UK: £649 (that’s about $1,011). In the US, for example, you can buy a Booklet 3G without contract for almost half the price ($599).
So what do you get for £649? A 10.1 inch display with 1280 x 720 pixels, Windows 7, 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Bluetooth, 1.3 MP front facing camera, lots of Nokia services (Ovi Suite, Ovi Maps, Nokia Music etc), 120GB of storage space, and an Intel Atom Z530 CPU at 1.6 GHz.
If you want to buy the Nokia Booklet 3G (despite its high price), you can order it via Nokia UK’s online shop.
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