There's no denying that the release of new Android phones has been – and we're putting this mildly – much slower than expected. But it looks like the MID market is picking up, and now comes word that MSI, best known for its internal hardware and now for its Wind series of netbooks, may be getting into the Android game.
Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to showcase an Android-based netbook at Computex 2009 aiming to gain orders from global PC vendors, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report.
So while we might not be seeing as many Android phones as we'd hoped at this point, at least the platform itself seems to be steadily growing. Question is: Will this become the year of the Android netbook?