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Nokia's Mini Laptop
Nokia sneezes and consumers get the shivers. This is somewhat right, considering the fact that Nokia sets prices of its mobile phones and accessories without considering market factors. In fact, to a large extent, Nokia determines how much we pay for phones every year; irrespective of the maker of your mobile phone. Presently, the company is losing grip of that market power, thanks to competition in the mobile phone market.
A Couple of days ago, the company announced, it's dabbling into the already saturated world of Net book business. Candidly, the specs for this first ever Nokia mini laptop are very impressive, you probably can't say NO. It comes with global positioning system and runs on mobile services to boot. Of course, as you already know, Nokia products are of high quality standard and are durable. The Nokia Booklet 3G will cost you a whopping $819.
Brief Summary of Nokia Booklet 3G specs
Up to 12 hours of usage time
WLAN and WWAN
Lightweight: 1250g (weight)
16 cell removal lithium battery
Can Nokia succeed with such a pricey Net book? Is this level of diversification a good business for Nokia? Would you prefer a Nokia phone to a Nokia mini laptop? It will be interesting to see the answers to these questions.
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