There’s mounting evidence that Dell is considering building an Android netbook. The latest to date is news coming from BSquare, a mobile software company that has announced that it is working on porting Adobe Flash Lite 3.17 to Dell’s Netbooks running on Android.
The thing is: Dell has not announced any Android laptop.. oops? Anyhow, such a move would not be surprising: competitors like MSI are jumping on the Android wagon as well. The real question is what kind of added value will Android brings and will consumers bite? So far, buyers ended up asking for Windows.
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