LXer: ARM netbook with Android undercuts Atom models
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Many manufacturers have now joined the Open Handset Alliance to cooperate on developing Android; an operating system originally tailored to mobile phones, with a practical browser and a lot of applications. The obvious next move is to adapt it for netbooks as well. Computerworld.com reports that Skytone, a previously unknown Chinese manufacturer, has just announced an Android netbook with an ARM processor that is to cost around $250.
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