Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 2nd Sep 2009 23:10 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Not too long ago the news got out that mobile phone company Nokia was about to enter the netbook market with its Booklet 3G. Specifications were unavailable then, but today at Nokia World '09 the company announced all the details around this slick netbook.
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by A30Guy on Thu 3rd Sep 2009 01:27 UTC
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Windows 7 supports ReadyBoost. Buy a cheap 2GB USB key and it might make a difference.

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RE: ReadyBoost
by darknexus on Thu 3rd Sep 2009 06:34 in reply to "ReadyBoost"
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Heh, so one either has a 3G modem sticking out of a USB port, or a ready boost USB drive sticking out of a USB port... Either way, it's something you have to hook up. Stupid really, when all Nokia had to do was include 2 gb of ram from the beginning. As for me, if I need 3g on my netbook, I'll opt for the external 3g modem. I don't always need 3g, but I do always need 2 gb of ram.

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