The netbook market is on fire, providing consumers with plenty of options from Acer, Asus, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, and countless others. Not to be outdone by its computer-selling counterparts, Nokia has jumped into the mini-notebook fold with the unveiling of the Nokia Booklet.
The Nokia Booklet is a far cry from the N800-series Internet tablets that we have seen from the Finnish company in the past, because it takes on a more conventional laptop-like design. If you’re looking for a portable computing solution with plenty of features, Nokia has you covered.
There are actually quite a few highlights that separate the Nokia Booklet from the rest of the netbook crowd. For starters, the 10-inch HD-ready display is partnered up with an HDMI port for video out in HD. You’ll be hard-pressed to find another HDMI-equipped netbook out there.
Further still, you get integrated 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, aGPS, Bluetooth, camera, SD card reader, and integration with Nokia’s Music Store.
Nokia plans to announce the price and launch date on September 2nd. The retail release will likely follow a few months after that, possibly in time for the Christmas shopping season.