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Alpha 680 Netbook Runs Android and Costs $250

Would You Rather Have Android on a Phone or a Netbook?

It's netbook madness all over the place — the only thing we could ask for is more variety. . . and more operating systems.

So far we've only seen one released Android cell phone — the HTC G1 — but it looks like Android is hopping into the netbook fray too, with the Alpha 680, which runs Android and costs $250.

To say I'm excited about an Android netbook is a huge understatement. Even though many new Android handsets have been predicted, I'm way more curious to see how this OS will play out as a computer.

What about you — given the choice, would you rather experience Android on a netbook or on a cell phone?

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lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
Tia, come over to the dark side! I still have my Blackberry, but I usually use my G1. I love it!
tiabia tiabia 7 years
I am a blackberry girl, but I love all things google, so I look forward to the Android Netbook...although I will say the Android phones are getting nicer and nicer!
lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
I have the G1 and I really like it; if I were in the market for a netbook, I would consider one with Android, but having it one my phone is still more important to me.
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