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Wednesday, 26 August 2009 11:44

Nokia's Booklet 3G to sell for US $799

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With Intel's Atom Z530

Just a day after the first pictures, Nokia's Booklet 3G netbook got its first rumored price tag. The guys from Netbooknews.de are reporting that it should hit retail with a US $799 price tag.

In addition to the price tag, several new details concerning the specs have also surfaced, and apparently, Nokia's Booklet 3G will have Intel's Atom Z530 ticking at 1.6GHz, something that we already hinted before. Other specs include a 120GB hard drive, integrated 3G, swappable SIM car, A-GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi.

Nokia is holding the official details for Nokia World on September 2nd. After all, that's just a week away.

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