Telefónica will sell Nokia’s Booklet3G

Prices that range between €499 and €599, €100 less than the “free” model, according to what we obtain by means of internet connectivity for a value of 39 or 49 Euros per month. What they do not say in the official note is how long we will be tied to the service, but it will easily reach 18 months, which is the usual term in this operator. Those who obtain some form of computer access will also receive a 50% bonus on the monthly fee for the first three months.

The Booklet3G is Nokia’s first Netbook. Mounts Windows 7, Intel Atom Z530 processor, 1GB of RAM (without the possibility of expansion), 120GB hard drive (1.8”), 10” 1280×720 dot HD Ready screen, “monocoque” chassis made of aluminum, card reader, 3 USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, Bluetooth, Wifi-N, integrated 3G and A-GPS.

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Its 14-cell battery allows autonomy of more than 12 hours, making it a marvel for those looking for a solid, light and well-equipped travel companion.