The Compaq Airlife 100 may have made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas in January, but it has yet to land on retail shelves in the US. The device is one of the first so-called smartbooks to hit the market. It has a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs Google’s Android operating system. It’s sort of a cross between a smartphone and a notebook. And it’s not available in the US.

But you can pick one up in Spain, and now you can also grab one in Chile, thanks to Movistar which is offering the device for the just under 250,000 Chilean Pesos, or about $377 US. Movistar also offers mobile broadband data plan for the Airlife 100.

The Compar Airlife 100 has a 10.1 inch. 1024 x 600 pixel display, 16GB of flash-based storage, and SD card slot, 3G and WiFi connectivity, a VGA webcam and GPS. It also comes with NDrive navigation software preinstalled.

via Netbook News.de

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One reply on “Compaq Airlife 100 Android powered netbook heads to Chile”

  1. I had understood the smartbook category as for much smaller and lighter computers and not simply a low-power processor for all-day use.

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