Nokia Booklet 3G: unboxing

November 12, 2009 at 12:08 pm 2 comments

Last week I got a Nokia Booklet 3G borrowed for testing purposes (one of the advantages of working for INdT is access to some really shine new toys!). There are already quite a considerable number of reviews on this computer/mobile device/netbook, but quite a few comparing its size with other well know objects.

Which is a shame, since this computer really is thin and lightweight! So, for my fellow hackers delight, below follows some photos of it.

Booklet box

Booklet box

The box is in the Nokia (TM) blue, relatively thin and feels solid.

Booklet box open

Booklet box open

Opening the box will reveal the booklet (at the sides, it is possible to find the accessories).

box contents

box contents

The acessories (manual, AC adapter, cleaning cloth, earphones, cellphone charger).

Stack of computers

Stack of computers (Dell mini 9, Nokia Booklet, macbook)

Stack of computers (Dell mini 9, Nokia booklet, Macbook 13′)

Stack of computers

Stack, right side.

Again the stack (pay attention how slim the booklet is!). The booklet has a slot for a SD card and the telephony simcard.

Stack of computers

Stack (left side)

The other view of the stack (yes, it has HDMI output).

Of course after booting it up and having a look in the win7 install, I felt the urge to try ubuntu on it (as also KDE from trunk!). But this is the subject of the following post (stay with me).


Entry filed under: mobile, Uncategorized.

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