If you're interested in Android netbooks, Skytone has got you covered. They're pricing the Skytone Alpha 680, the world's first Android netbook, at $250 which is well, just okay. The Skytone Alpha 680 has a pretty unique design that mashes up a tablet and a netbook--though you get the usefulness of a touchscreen, you'll still be limited by the netbook.
In the video, some apps are showcased and they're a lot better than expected. However, don't go on expecting amazing multitasking from this relatively underwhelming machine. To remind you of the Alpha 680's specs:
- ARM11 533MHz processor
- 1GB storage (4GB max)
- 128MB RAM (256MB max)
Yeah, we're meh-ing this one for now. What about you guys?
Check out part two of the video hands-on after the break
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