Entries Tagged as 'Android Netbooks'

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Lenovo to put Android OS on upcoming ultraportables?

Lenovo is reportedly getting ready to launch a new business ultraportable that will dual-boot Windows and Android. The Verge caught wind caught the story, naming the upcoming laptop as the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid. On the outside, the ThinkPad X1 ultraportable isn’t any different than the current model, but the new hybrid model will also have an “instant media mode” which appears to be based on Google Android.

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

NEC shows off new, super slim, 7″ MGX netbook

Just when you though innovation in the netbook field has stalled, Japanese computer maker NEC brings a new, innovative thin and light netbook powered by Google Android to the market. The folks at PC Watch got a chance to check out an early prototype, called the NEC MGX, which measures just 9.9mm thick. That’s thinner than many Android tablets!

Saturday, April 16th, 2011

Chinese Android netbook powered byRockChip RK2918 ARM CPU

Charbax from ARMdevices spotted this netbook powered by an an ARM-based processor at a trade show in China last week. Since it runs an ARM process, this netbook runs the Google Android operating system. While it’s not the first Chinese Android tablet we’ve seen, this one is a bit special.

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

UK retailer Next reveals Surfer Pro Android netbook

UK retailer Next already introduced an Android tablet last year and now the company’s latest Android product is a 10 inch laptop with Google Android called the Next Surfer Pro. Underneath the sleek exterior, the Surfer Pro has a 10 inch display, 1GHZ processor, 256MB of RAm and 16GB of SSD storage. It runs Google Android […]

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Shenzen Firstview shows off netbook running Android OS

Last year at CES, there were lots of cheap Chinese netbooks with ARM processors, running the Android OS. This year, they were few and far between as companies have largely replaced them with trendier tablets. But, at the Shenzhen Firstview there was an attractive netbook running Android. It’s also capable of handling Windows CE.

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