Nokia last week confirmed plans to release a netbook under the 'Nokia Booklet 3G' moniker, but other than a claimed 12-hour battery life, the handset-maker has kept tight-lipped about what's inside its first netbook. Until now.
Under the hood, the Booklet 3G will sport an Intel Atom Z350 processor (1.6GHz), 1GB of DDR2-533 memory soldered to the motherboard, and a 120GB hard drive with 8MB of cache. Other goodies include 802.11 a/b/g/n, 3G/HSPA with hot swappable sim card, an HDMI port, 1.3MP webcam, and a 16 cell battery.
On the software front, Nokia's netbook will be built around Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 OS and come pre-loaded with a couple of trialware apps, including MS Office Small Business and F-Secure Internet Security 2010.
More details here .
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