by Hamish Robertson, 4 years ago
Rupesh Gujare over at Beagleboard.org has managed to port the Android OS to the Beagleboard development computer. A Beagleboard is an impressive 3 by 3 inch mainboard with a fanless 600mhz ARM CPU, 128MB RAM,…
VentureBeat has an article up that recounts the process of getting the Android OS up and running on an Asus EEEPC 1000H netbook. The authors claim that the device has pretty good functionality at the moment, with networking and sound support and such all performing well.
The OS appears to adapt to the large screen quite easily, and Venture Beat is speculating that we could see a real push into Android powered netbooks in 2010.
In any event, it’s cool to see the OS running on big hardware like this. Take a look at the rest of the photos after the jump.
Thanks, Paul, for the tip!