Wednesday, May 20, 2009

MSI (Micro-Star International) is all set ready to launch its first Android-based netbook at Computex 2009 in the beginning of June, reported by Economic Daily News.

According to Digitimes, MSI has taken the responsibility which is offered by the show to protect orders from computer retailers globally. However the company refused to give any comment on the report. It has also been said that MSI has collaborated with the Institute for Information Industry (III) in Taiwan for the netbook’s development. However, what part III will play in the development is still now clear.

MSI Android-based netbook is expected to be based on the company’s 10.2 inch Wind model. It has also been said that with the launch of this operating system, many companies will be in a position to prepare laptops at a very low costs. After getting the overwhelming response for Android-powered phones, the company is in a hope that they will get the similar response once the Android-based Netbooks is in the market. However, the company has not revealed any specifications about the system.

Apart from that, there are many things that are unknown like what forms the Android netbook might be, i.e whether it will like the present model from the Wind range tweaked to operate the open-source Linux OS, or will be completely of a different range.



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