Cellphone maker Nokia has jumped into the crowded netbook game, with a model that looks like an Apple but runs Windows 7 on the inside. The 10-inch screen comes with “an integrated assisted GPS and HDMI for HD video output,” rare among the netbook field. It also runs both wifi and cellular to connect to the internet.
Specs include: “HD-ready 10-inch display, Atom processor, built-in A-GPS (which works with Ovi Maps), Wi-Fi (plus 3G/HSPA option), HDMI, an SD card reader, and 12 hour battery.”
The netbook will weigh in at a scant 2.75 pounds, and measure slightly more than two centimeters thin. Further details, including pricing/availability won’t be discussed until Nokia World on September 2.