Probably the most interesting piece of news we’ve seen this month came today, as Nokia announced its first mini laptop, Nokia Booklet 3G. The device comes with incredible specs, like a battery that last 12 hours (normal use), so, for the right price it could be the best product ever made by the Finns.

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As we learn from conversations.nokia.com, Nokia Booklet 3G will be a Windows machine, that runs on top of an Intel Atom chipset (Z530 at 1.6GHZ) and what’s also important is that the CPU doesn’t use a fan, so the mini laptop will run silently. The display of the fresh Nokia product will be a 10.1 inch HD screen and the specs list of this beauty also includes a HDMI port for HD Video out.

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All of the device’s cool features are packed within a smart aluminium shell, that’s only 2cm thin and the entire mini laptop will weigh about a kilogram or so. Since its name is Nokia Booklet 3G after all, the laptop supports 3G/HSPA and allows mobile broadband access and fast downloads. WiFi is also on board and the device comes with a hot-swappable SIM card feature.

The specs list is rounded up by an SD card reader, 3 USB ports, A-GPS, stereo speakers, Ovi Services and a 120GB hard disk. If you didn’t have enough of these details, there’s also an incredible video presentation of the booklet below with probably the best soundtrack I’ve heard this year:

[via conversations.nokia.com]