Asus Team Working on Android Netbook for End of Year Release
Asustek, one of the recent companies to join the Open Handset Alliance, is working to develop an Android-based netbook for release as soon as the end of 2009.
Already a leader in the netbook market, Asus has put together a team of engineers charged with the task of bringing Google’s powerful OS to low-cost laptops.
There is defintely a chance to pull some market share away from Microsoft with Android. Free software licenses coupled with lower-cost processors like Freescale’s could yield in $200 netbooks.
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