Nokia’s Booklet 3G netbook is slowly building attention in the tech community with features like a 12-hour battery life, Windows 7 operating system, Bluetooth, 3G/HSPA and WiFi capabilities and a 10.1-inch screen. Other cool features include a hot-swappable SIM card slot so you can swap your mobile account with someone else to use the integrated 3G/HSPA, integrated SD card slot for media, and a front-facing webcam. So what right? Well, a 12-hour battery is kinda a big thing. In fact there isn’t another netbook out there that has features like this and lasting power like the Booklet 3G. You also get a lot of cool connectivity features for a small price tag.
Best Buy will be selling the Nokia Booklet 3G starting on November 15th. There are two prices available: $300 with a two-year AT&T data contract or $599.99 without. Our studies have shown that you are probably better off without the AT&T contract (yes, you likely pay more with AT&T in the long run), but for those of you thinking about switching anyways, this might make sense.
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