Look what we have here – a 7-inch netbook running Google Android OS? Brad of Liliputing spotted this GL-750 netbook manufactured by Taiwanese PC maker King Yung, during his gig at CES 2010.
The GL-750 boasts of a 7-inch (800×480 pixel) display, 533MHz Freescale iMX31 ARM11-based CPU, 128MB of RAM, 1GB to 16GB flash storage. While the netbook is perfect fit for running Google Android, it can also run Windows CE or even a lightweight Linux distro built on a 2.6.x kernel.
Unfortunately, the reason why the company is displaying the said netbook at CES 2010 is probably to snatch a US distributor. Hopefully somebody notices it and thinks of distributing the said netbook to the U.S. market.
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