At CeBIT 2011 ASUS Eee Pad Transformer tablet seems to bring another concept : Laptops with Android.
If HP has raised the bar with WebOS on laptops and desktops, I wonder when will apear the first desktop with android ...
"Remember the netbook market? It's still alive, and Microsoft dominates it. But that bastion of Windows is about to come under attack from Android, as Asus says it will be using Android for netbooks."
The latest US smartphones figures from comScore :Google’s Android remains on top of the smartphone pack . This gives Android a solid 32.2 percent of the US market.
RIM rings in at second place with 30.4 percent of the market.
Apple’s share of the market (24.7 percent) remained largely unchanged for third place.
So, it's quite clear that Android will be the winner in the new ERA
after the cold war between MAC and PC ...
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