Google Android on a HP Netbook

From the looks of it, HP basically took the second-generation Mini 110 netbook, customized the right mouse button, and slapped Google's Android operating system on it. It runs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor and has 512MB if RAM, and a 16GB internal Flash drive. Every other feature is reminiscent of a netbook, including the 10-inch widescreen, 1,024-by-600 resolution, card reader, and 28WH battery (3-cell).

More intriguing is what will HP will do in the tablet space, now that we know it has a device that runs on basically the same parts as the Apple iPad. The Airlife 100 will be available only in Europe for now. There's no word on pricing or when it'll be available in the United States.

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