Archos has just announced the latest entry into their portfolio of interesting devices: the $170 Android powered, touchscreen enabled ArcBook.
The ArcBook is essentially a netbook running Android with a touchscreen. Or an Android tablet with a permanent keyboard attached. Either one works, and we’re not sure if either one will help to sell it. ... Read More »
The Hivision PWS700CA is the cheapest Android netbook we have seen.
e-reader on the left, Android netbook on the right
After months of waiting, customers can finally pre-order an Android netbook from Acer. Amazon.com is currently offering the Acer AOD250-1613 for $349.99.
Developers can utilize Insyde Market to distribute their apps to Android netbook platforms.
LiveAndroid is an exciting project to provide a bootable version of Android for common PCs. They have provided a bootable CD image for quite some time and recently added support for a bootable USB image in v0.2.
Want to give Google Android a try, but don’t feel like buying a T-Mobile G1? ... Read More »
Who will be first to market with an Android powered netbook? According to Always Innovating, their first Touch Book will become available between May and June 2009 and will run Android. While it will ship with a custom version of Windows called Touch Book OS, the device will be capable of running ... Read More »