The netbook will be available in UK from January, and has already been selling in US for a few weeks now. The 3G enabled Booklet is almost four times more expensive than most of the popular netbooks, as the Hannspree Hannsnote which sells for £176, and even beats Booklet 3G on the Hard Disk space front. The Nokia Booklet 3G has a 120GB 1.8 inch 4200 RPM SATA hard drive and it features an Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz, plus 1GB of DDR2 533 MHz RAM. It’s a 10.1 inch LCD display netbook with a resolution of 1280 x 720. Running on a 16 cell battery, it gives you up to 12 hrs of backup time, which shows that the company has essentially ventured it on the idea of the performance-driven mobile phone batteries. The stylish looking device comes equipped with 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and 3G modem with a swappable Sim card. However, still at that hefty amount, will it give its competitors, or the ChromeOS-based Smartbook to be specific, a run for its money in the post-Holiday season? Maybe it performs exceptionally well, but still I thinkg it’s outrageously priced.