October 28, 2009 at 5:57 pm
The Nokia Booklet 3G netbook has had its first video unboxing courtesy of Engadget. The netbook launched in Germany this week through O2 retail stores customers for €249 upfront and then €20 per month over 24 months. It is expected to land in the US via AT&T and Best Buy stores from mid-November.
The Wall Street Journal also posted their video impressions and praised the netbooks battery life but wasn’t too enamored with the “tiny keyboard”. Battery life came in at 8 hours, lower than Nokia’s claimed 12 hour life. However, this was with the display on full brightness, Wi-Fi on, music looped loudly and all power saving functionality turned off. Check out both videos after the break.