Android laptops: The $200 price is right, but the OS may not be

Android laptops: The $200 price is right, but the OS may not be

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New When Intel said recently that its Bay Trail chips will power a wave of $200 touchscreen laptops, the company wasn't talking only about Windows. Those $200 notebooks will predominantly run Android, Intel Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer David "Dadi" Perlmutter told CNet. Windows laptops could reach the...
Android laptops: The $200 price is right, but the OS may not be
                                       

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