Nokia is officially jumping on the netbook bandwagon with the "Booklet 3G" — an Intel/Microsoft-based netbook that promises 12-hour battery life, a weight of 2.75 pounds, and apparently built-in GPS. The "3G" portion of the name indicates a wireless data connection as well.
Actual specs and details will be announced by Nokia on September 2nd, but it’s believed that the Booklet 3G will run Windows 7. The 12-hour battery life is interesting, too, as that’s a full four hours longer than most netbooks currently on the market.
Here’s a video... w00t: