Just last week we reported about Nokia’s next big plan to entering the portable netbook computing arena and now we have further specs and info for those who have been fascinated. The Nokia Booklet 3G has been claimed to pack 12 hours of battery life with a whole host of impressive hardware.

Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor, 1GB of DDR2 533 MHz RAM, a 120GB 1.8 inch 4200 RPM SATA hard drive with 8MB of cache, and a 10.1 inch LCD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720…

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Is this be too good to be true? A slide of Dell’s upcoming roadmap for netbooks has leaked, so detailed that it even includes some of the specs of an unannounced Dell Mini 11. A Dell Mini 11 netbook sounds about right in the long term, but it seems Dell’s plans for the short term will be on the Mini 10. The current Dell Inspiron Mini 10 model will be getting upgrade options for Vista, a 3G modem, and potentially a 1.86GHz Atom on April 17th.

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This may be just complete nonsense or some kind of photoshopped pic, at least our experience tells us to think that way and speculate it to avoid disappointment. We’re not sure whether what you see below is some kind of hack, could it be that with the new iPhone OS 3.0 on the iPhone 3G, we’ll be able to use it as a 3G modem for our computer? We realise this is already possible, but it is not without its own limitations, if the below is true, then could it mean that this would be a feature of iPhone 3.0 (this doesn’t sound like something Apple would do at all!).

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