The guys over at IntoMobile have got their hands on the Nokia Booklet 3G and have provided a quick overview of its hardware. The Nokia Booklet 3G is Nokia’s first entry into the Netbook market, and to be fair, it hasn’t failed to disappoint. It comes with Windows 7 Starter Edition and packs a 10.1″ screen, capable of displaying 720p. With a staggering 12 hour battery life and ultra-portable aluminum chassis, the Booklet 3G allows you to remain truly mobile with ease. Video after the jump.
Mar 18 2010
Mar 05 2010
As our regular readers are probably aware, we had the Nokia E72 during the unboxing challenge set by WOMWorld, but not only did they send us the handset, they also crammed the Nokia Extra Power DC-11 into the package. Now I’ve personally spent quite a bit of money on portable power in the past, and none of the chargers that I have bought seem to make the cut. The huge selection of connectors, adjustable cords, and all the other gimmickry, just made it a chore to have to pack all these little finicky pieces into one bag to carry around. All I wanted was a simple, reliable and compact solution, and I think I may have just stumbled upon the perfect one.
Feb 16 2010
When taking a step back from the fast growing mobile devices industry, we can see that technology has progressed far beyond what we initially expected. Mobile phones as we knew them are now a thing of the past as they now pack more than just telephony features. Most mobile handsets now come with many modern standards in terms of features; high quality photo capture and video recording capabilities, turn-by-turn navigation, connectivity choices from Bluetooth to sharing online, and web browsing technologies emulating the desktop experience.
Lucy Hedges of Stuff Magazine takes a look at Nokia’s most recent Music Flagship device – the Nokia X6. The X6 is the first Nokia device to sport a capacitive touch screen and also brought with it the Xseries branding. But does the X6 have what it takes to impress our Lucy? Check out the episode after the jump.