Next week, Nokia will allegedly introduce its mini-laptop. The computer will reportedly implement Window's software.
Nokia's move into the laptop market is likely an attempt to bolster its declining popularity with cellphone users. Although, according to The Wall Street Journal, Nokia still has a dominant 38% share of the global cellphone market; Nokia phones have seen a decrease in consumer enthusiasm as cellphone users have begun to increasingly gravitate to using iPhones and Blackberrys.
We will see if Nokia will be able to carve out a presence in the laptop industry amongst strongholds like the Mac,Toshiba, Dell, etc.