Summary: I am very disatisfied with this notebook i have already sent in a report ( and have not yet had a reply)it was checked by my local computer firm who reported tha there were two faults on the hard drive and that the dma controller had failed. they said it would cost to much to repair it.
Summary: This may be the best computer I've ever owned. It is a bit slower than the real laptops, but real laptops weigh 3x as much and their batteries die 3x faster. The design is much like Nokia phones, absolute minimalism in mechanical complexity, and good performance to match. The downsides are it comes with Windows, and it has only 1g of memory that isn't expandable. However I've never run windows on it, only Kubuntu and Mandriva Linux, and it works quite quickly on those.
Summary: Stay away from this computer. I have one I got and was trying to reinstall windows because the wireless driver were corrupt and made the entire system have problems. After a clean install I am unable to find a driver that will load. I contacted nokia they said we no longer support this product. So basically you are SOL. If anything were to happen to this product at all that you need support with be it hardware or software Nokia WILL NOT SUPPORT IT!
Summary: Nokia Booklet 3G looks great and fashioned, little bit similar to Apple Macbooks Pro. It's nice to touch it, you'll feel the good quality of aluminum body. Everything seems good before you will turn on this netbook... 1. I don't know who was that crazy people who decided to use WINDOWS 7 on that device as a factory default! It's TERRIBLY SLOW! Memory (RAM) is not upgradable and you have to be happy with 1Gb RAM ONLY!
Summary: I own a black Nokia Netbook which i bought for my wife to basically surf the internet. I bought it for almost half the list price when one of the stores had a great discount on. After using the netbook for a couple of months, here are my comments: Pros: 1. sleek design-Aluminum uni-body construction comparable to apple computers 2. solid build-feels good in your hands unlike the cheap acer (which i also own!) 3. Battery Life- fantastic!
Summary: I bought a used in good condition blue Nokia netbook about $250. I really like it. Aluminum body look like Apple Macbooks pro. Light weight easy to go around. Silence of work (no cooler fan) and long life bettery about 12 hours. High resolution (1280x720) 10.1" LCD. HDMI made you watch HD movie on HDTV easily. I upgraded Window 7 starter to home premium. That's good to watch MKV HD media file smoothly. lt is the best 10.1" netbook today.
Summary: I have bought this item couple of days ago. I can only say that with one minor exemption it's a perfect product. Pros: battery performance display quality 3G modem included into main body silence of work (no internal fan) design and quality- body shell and keyboard Cons expensive GPS performance ( I cannot come to terms with it- shame!
Summary: With the launch of the Nokia Booklet 3G, If you think Nokia is trying to enter the laptop market in a race to compete with other brands, then you might be wrong. Nokia has been in this very market since the late 1980s (just that it was never really active until now). Ever heard of the MikroMikko 3? It was supposedly a state-of-the-art MS-DOS machine with 1MB of RAM and 20 megs of hard drive capacity.
Summary: Very disappointing performance speed. You open a file says not responding, some times turns blue giving comments like crush was prevented needs to shut down and so on. Power preservation very good. Good looking pc. Ernest, Tanzania-Morogoro.
Pros: Well it looks good, very potable, having built in modem is a good thing