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Nokia Booklet 3G Gets Live Images

Nokia Booklet 3G Gets Live Images

Unless you've had your head shoved under a rock today, then you've seen that Nokia has announced its upcoming Booklet 3G netbook. And while nothing has really changed since that original post of ours, we can't help but pass up giving you some live images of the little device, and let you get a refresher on the hardware. Don't worry though, next week SlashGear will be at the Nokia World event, where we'll be bringing you all the important details regarding Nokia's new toy.

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Nokia Smartbook tipped to follow Booklet 3G in mid-2010

Nokia Smartbook tipped to follow Booklet 3G in mid-2010

A few days ago Nokia hadn't a single netbook on their product sheet; now, according to DigiTimes' mysterious sources, they're set to enter not one but two budget ultraportable niches.  Hot on the heels of the Nokia Booklet 3G comes rumor that the Finns plan an ARM-based Smartbook in mid-2010; while there's no talk of specifications it comes as no surprise to see that everything Smartbooks are being lauded for - long battery life, multiple connectivity options - are the same things Nokia has prioritized in the Booklet 3G.

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Nokia Windows 8 Qualcomm tablet tipped for Q4

Nokia Windows 8 Qualcomm tablet tipped for Q4

Nokia will launch its first Windows 8 tablet in Q4 2012, insiders have suggested, a 10-inch Windows-on-ARM machine using a dual-core Qualcomm chipset as the company looks to expand beyond smartphones. The move, tipped by DigiTimes sources among component suppliers claim, is expected to buoy Microsoft's position against Android tablet manufacturers, with the slate most likely to be powered by a Snapdragon S4 "Krait" chipset such as inside the Windows 8 developer hardware Qualcomm handed out last month. Update: Nokia statement after the cut.

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Samsung GO 3G netbook hits AT&T November 22nd [Updated with pricing]

Samsung GO 3G netbook hits AT&T November 22nd [Updated with pricing]

Remember the Samsung GO N310 which rocked up in the US back in July packing integrated 3G?  Well, Samsung have taken their finest microfiber buffing cloth to the Atom-based netbook, and relaunched it with Windows 7 and AT&T 3G as the plain Samsung GO.

Update: AT&T have announced that the Samsung GO will retail for $199.99 (after rebates) and presuming a new, two-year data contract of $35 or more per month.

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Nokia N97 mini and E72 video unboxings

Nokia N97 mini and E72 video unboxings

Nokia's Booklet 3G isn't the only new device from the company on our test bench today; two of the Finn's newest smartphones have also arrived, in the shape of the N97 mini and the E72.  Announced back in September and June, respectively, each offers a full QWERTY keyboard and S60 OS, but in strikingly different ways.  Check out our unboxing videos, live galleries and some first impressions after the cut.

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Nokia World 2009: SlashGear wrap-up

Nokia World 2009: SlashGear wrap-up

As well as the obvious product launches from Nokia World this week - the N900, X6, X3, N97 mini and Ovi SDK - SlashGear also had the opportunity to sit down with various executives and team members from the company and discuss not only Nokia's plans for the future but some of the decisions that have brought them to this stage. After the cut in our Nokia World wrap-up, a new DRM-free media store, plans for future netbooks, the push for the US market and more.

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Talking Nokia N900 and Maemo 5 with Ari Jaaksi

Talking Nokia N900 and Maemo 5 with Ari Jaaksi

We sat down at a roundtable this afternoon with Nokia's Ari Jaaksi, VP of software at the company, and talked about the Nokia N900 and the Maemo 5 OS it runs.  Describing the N900 as "your internet device on the go" and Maemo as "putting the internet first", it's obvious that Jaaksi - and Nokia - have the MID segment in their sights; however they're also upfront about the issues they're going to face not only with their first-gen hardware but the ongoing development of the platform.

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