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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Nokia Booklet 3G in Microsoft Operating Sytem

The Nokia Booklet 3G is here with a bang. It was released around the time when the Microsoft Operating System, Windows 7, was launched. The Nokia Netbook comes loaded with Windows 7 and this has been done deftly keeping in mind the release of Windows 7. It comes at a subsidized price, $299 with an added 2 year data plan from telecommunication giants, AT & T and has been made available at all Best Buy stores across the U.S.. This announcement from the Finnish phone maker comes with a relief for customers. When the product was first disclosed in September, it was priced at an astonishing $820. This was quite an exorbitant sum as Netbooks comes for less than $500 these days.
One can also notice that Nokia has a tie-up with AT&T for a two-year service agreement which gives more feasibility to the subsidized price. There are offers coming from Best Buy as well. It plans to come up with the unique 'Walk Out Working' scheme, which will enable the customer to get his product activated and working before he leaves the store. For anyone who purchases the Booklet 3G, sales associates will configure and activate the Netbook. Nokia has kept the screen size at 10.1-inch and its Netbook has almost all the features that are available on Netbooks. It has an Atom processor, a built-in GPS , a 12-hour battery life, an aluminum casing, 3G and Wi-Fi wireless capability and height and weight specifics of 1 inch and 2.5 pounds.
There are added features on the Netbook such as Nokia Music for PC and Nokia's Ovi Suite 2.0 which have been made quite proficient and compatible with the Microsoft Operating System as well. There is also an aggregator coming from the feeds from social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook etc. with its Ovi Maps and Social Hub application. Customers can also get the notebook without the option of opting for the two-year service agreement from AT&T. This option, however, comes for the an unsubsidized price of $599.

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