Is Nokia actually readying a line of laptops?

Despite a cacophony of reports that Nokia, the world's largest handset maker, had confirmed that it was going to be making laptops, there is still skepticism that the company will actually go through with those plans. Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo recently stated in a radio interview in Finland that the company is "looking very actively" at the opportunity to make laptops. Whether the translation got garbled is unclear, but the statement does not seem to jibe with Kallasvuo's recent comments that netbooks were only "small laptops" and "not sufficient enough for context-sensitive mobile tasks." Article

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