With all the talk about tablets, it’s easy to forget the tablet’s older brother, the netbook. While netbooks can be a bit more limited on resources, as compared to a full-on laptop, they can offer some amenities that new-fangled tablets can’t…like a keyboard.
The HP AirLife 100 offers that and much more. Our very own Dustin Earley spotted this netbook a few months back. Details were a bit sketchy then, but now we know a little more. For starters, rumors of the 10.1″ resistive touchscreen, 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and Android OS are true. What else is it packing? How about 16GB, 92% size keyboard, wireless photo printing, GPS navigation and a 3G broadband connection.
The AirLife 100 will be available in Europe and Latin America, sometime this spring, through Telefonica brands. Pricing and US availability unknown.
See the full spec sheet here.
UPDATE: I found a small gallery, posted over at PCWorld.