Finnish handset-maker Nokia has unveiled its Booklet 3G netbook, the company's first venture into the PC-manufacturing business.
The Windows-based device, announced on Monday, will have many features commonly associated with high-end smartphones, including embedded 3G connectivity and assisted GPS (A-GPS).
The Nokia Booklet 3G will be just over 2cm thick and weigh 1.25kg. According to the manufacturer, it will have a battery life of up to 12 hours.
Nokia's netbook will have a high-definition glass screen. As is visible on the side of the device, it will also have an HDMI port for connection with television sets.
The machine will be powered by Intel's 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor. Nokia has not yet said whether the Booklet 3G will also include a discrete graphics processor to support its high-definition capabilities.
The full specifications of the Booklet 3G, as well as its pricing and availability, will be announced at Nokia World, which begins on 2 September.