Laptop broadband users may be interested to learn that Nokia has launched its first 3G-enabled notebook PC.
The aptly named Booklet 3G is packed with features including integrated GPS and HDMI output, meaning that users can view high-definition (HD) videos using the device.
Set in a stylish case with a ten-inch glass screen, the device is powered by an Intel Atom processor and will come with Windows operating systems as standard.
The Japanese mobile phone manufacturer is set to unveil the full specifications of its Booklet 3G at the Nokia World conference, which takes place at the beginning of September.
It has a reported battery life of 12 hours, providing mobile broadband users with the opportunity to browse the internet on the go, although the Guardian pointed out that watching HD videos will likely use up the power much quicker.
According to Nokia's Conversations website, the device features integrated Wi-Fi broadband as well as 3G and HSPA, meaning that users can log online from internet hotspots.