HP Compaq Airlife 100 Is the Netbook that Apple Never Released

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Not only does the 10.1-inch HP Compaq Airlife 100 look like an scaled-down MacBook Pro, but it runs Android and has a touchscreen and a webcam and an SD slot. In other words, an iPad for the Apple haters.

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HP Spain—the only country when it would be released for now—says that it will last 12 hours per charge, with a 10-day standby time. It comes with a 16GB SSD, Wi-Fi, and 3G connection, which will be tied to the Telefónica network. [Slashgear]

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brokenmachine
Broken Machine

5 years ago if you predicted that people would want phone OSes on devices 75% of the size of laptops, no one would have believed you.

I'm wondering how segmented this market will get. Do we need any other devices in between a laptop and a netbook? Maybe something that bridges the gap between an iPhone and an iPad?