The Computex trade show in Taiwan is just a bit over a month away, and rumors are leaking out about some of the products that will be on display. The rumor du jour comes from DigiTimes, which reports that netbook maker MSI is going to have a netbook running Google Android on hand at the show.

MSI hasn’t commented on the rumor, but if the computer maker is developing an Android powered netbook it wouldn’t be the only company doing so. Asus and HP officials have said that those companies are thinking about Android netbooks. And Chinese company SkyTone has even launched a product page for its Android netbook.

It should be an interesting Computex.

via Engadget

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