UMPC Portal has some more information about Nokia's upcoming Booklet 3G, this netbookish device reportedly uses the Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor and a 120GB HDD. The price of the Nokia Booklet appears to be on the high side though, at $799 it's less affordable than most people were probably hoping for.
Pricing information comes from Sascha at Netbooknews.de. He’s been given a $799 price which, when considering that this is a netbook, is shocking but if it comes with Windows 7 Home Premium, HDPA, A-GPS, HDMI and all the other specs as promised, including the huge battery life, it isn’t bad. Expect a 200 $/Euro discount through a carrier. 350 Euros in Europe on a 24 month contract might tempt quite a few given the brand, style and the huge number of sales channels that Nokia have.