After viewing it at CTIA earlier this year, the Nokia Booklet 3G really appealed to me. It's small, lightweight, and looks good to boot. The challenge was the price. At $299.99 with a two-year data service plan on AT&T, it was on the high end of the netbook pricing (and after signing up for the data plan, it made the long-term cost even more).
As of today, Best Buy has reduced the pricing to $199.99, making it a much more affordable option. Sporting Windows Mobile 7 Starter Edition with a rumored 12 hours of battery life, the Booklet 3G offers a 10.1-inch display, HDMI port with HD video-out capability, a webcam, Bluetooth, SD card reader, GPS, and 3G data connectivity. The question that remains is whether you want to commit to AT&T for two years. If you're ok with it, head to your local Best Buy, pick one up, and let us know in the comments!