Nokia’s first laptop for US market to cost $300 with a 2-year AT&T contract

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Nokia’s first US laptop to cost $300 from AT&T

NEW YORK — Nokia Corp., the world’s largest maker of cell phones, says its first laptop for the U.S. market will cost $300 with a two-year wireless broadband contract from AT&T Inc. when it goes on sale next week.


The Finnish company is broadening its product portfolio as cellular broadband access is spreading to more devices. AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel Corp. already sell small laptops known as “netbooks,” subsidizing the price in exchange for two-year contracts.

The Nokia Booklet 3G will run Microsoft Corp.’s Windows software, have a 10-inch screen and weigh 2.8 pounds.


Sarin Iyer
October 15, 2009: 3:04 am

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October 13, 2009: 10:56 pm

Do you think Nokia will introduce this product in other countries?

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