HP's first Android-based netbook, the Compaq AirLife 100, is now confirmed to use an Arm chip, the manufacturer's website reveals.. The AirLife 100, which was announced at the Mobile World Congress show two months ago, incorporates a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor - the QSD8250 - plus 512MB of memory, 512MB of Flash Rom and …
Arn't battery usually measured in mAH? Does anyone know what 28wh is comparable to?
28Wh / 12Hours = 2.3Watts power draw!?
Thats pretty impressive if that is the actual mean power draw, with screen on and wireless running.
As an owner of an eee701 I'm glad to see a netbook getting back to what netbooks should be: light, small, cheap devices.
How long before this vision gets corrupted again and we're seeing 14" screens, 250GB HDD and an ARM port of Windows7 on these?
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