Nokia has decided to enter the PC market with a Windows-based machine it dubs the Booklet 3G.
The 1.24 kilogram machine gives a claimed 12 hours of batery life, is two centimeters thick and supports a number of Internet access options including 3G/HSPA and wi-fi.
The mini-laptop includes an HDMI port for HD video out, a built in camera for video calls, Bluetooth and an SD card reader.
Nokia is still being somewhat coy about the specs – it is holding onto those details until it holds its jamboree at Nokia World in early September.
The firm’s executive vice president for vices, Kai Oistamo, claimed that the Nokia Booklet 3G “is a natural evolution” for the company.
There’s no word yet on pricing.