Somebody managed to snag the sight of the Skytone Alpha 680 netbook powered by Google Android, and as you can tell by the image here, it will come in a folding tablet-style design. Don’t expect it to blow your mind though, as the display is a rather disappointing 7″ touchscreen with a resolution count of 800 x 480. You will be able to fold the display over the keyboard so that it can be used in a similar manner as that of a tablet. Makes sense considering how Android was specially designed in the first place for cell phones with touchscreen ability. Other specifications include an ARM11 533MHz processor, 128MB RAM, up to 4GB SSD, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity with the option to include a wireless broadband modem. The Skytone Alpha 680 will go for around $250 when it is released.
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