Thursday, April 22, 2010
Posted by Chris Gohlke in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 03:00 AM
"Compaq AirLife 100 delivers a new way of connecting to the Internet, email, social networking, photos, music, and more."
Been on the HP site for a few days now and hasn't been removed, so I'm assuming it is legit. To summarize, it is a touchscreen netbook running Android. It has 16GB of storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It comes with a built in GPS, Adobe Flash Lite, and Quickoffice. There is a data transfer counter listed as a feature, so I'm wondering if this will be sold through mobile carriers rather than being available to consumers without a contract. If it is offered directly to the public, it will be interested to see where these are priced given the low prices of netbooks running Windows.