Nokia’s new booklet is about as hobbled as every other Windows-powered netbook.

With a 1.6GB processor and 120GB hard drive this thing looks like it will have the same limitations as every other netbook on the market running Windows.

The only unique features I see here are a SIM card slot and an HDMI-out port. The All About Symbian guys are currently chasing down more details.

I wouldn’t expect Nokia to be able to compete on price with cheap netbooks from Asia, so if you ask me they really needed better specs than this…

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