Finnish company Nokia has entered the personal computer market by introducing Booklet 3G netbook that supports third-generation networks, as well as Wi-Fi and GPS. This is reported in the company's press release.

Nokia Booklet 3G is equipped with an Intel Atom processor. The device in an aluminum case with a thickness of about two centimeters weighs 1.25 kilograms and can work up to 12 hours without recharging, says Nokia.

The 10-inch glossy display is claimed to be HD ready and there is an HDMI connector. The computer supports wireless interfaces Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, as well as third-generation cellular standards. There is a webcam and a slot for SD memory cards.

There is a built-in A-GPS module integrated with Ovi Maps. Other Nokia Internet services such as Music Store are also supported. It is possible to synchronize with Nokia smartphones with Ovi Sync.

The netbook comes with the Windows operating system, version is not specified. Exact specifications, recommended price and market launch date will be announced at Nokia World 2009, which starts September 2 in Stuttgart.

There had been a lot of speculation about the pricing of its 1st Netbook with Nokia’s intention for releasing it this year. The high end Netbook recently released through Nokia has some of the greatest features of all times. It comes with highlighted music, photos and multimedia services that will bring you a lot of pleasure.

You will have lifecasting as well as social networking fun. The specialized offer with deal between Nokia and Facebook makes it easy for you to share some of the greatest possible special features when you are using this Netbook.

The Booklet 3G from Nokia is also all about the unveiling through last week’s shipping. The prices are being set through subsidies and tax plans being on the roll. The decisions have finally been met with the mini laptop pricing and shipping charges.

There is also the incorporation of Microsoft Corp’s Windows 7 coming along with this system. The netbooks are expected to hit the shelves in October. The Booklet 3G has been decided to be priced at 575 eruo or $818 without any subsides or in lieu taxes or even shipping charges.