June 8, 2009 | by Robert Nelson
Recently, Android on netbooks has becoming a little more popular, or at least a little more real in regards to having some video proof as opposed to just concept type announcements. The latest is coming from GNB who are showing off an ARM-based netbook.
The model has a 7-inch touchscreen display with an 800 x 480 resolution, a 533MHz Freescale i.MX31 ARM-based processor, either 128 or 256MB of RAM and in terms of storage this mini netbook will have up to an 8GB SSD. Additionally, it will also have the standard items such as Ethernet, 3 USB ports, a built-in card reader, microphone in and headphone out. The battery size was not mentioned in the video, however it was noted as being able to run for up to 2.5 hours.
So far, other than the video demo and feature set, the details are still unknown in terms of pricing and availability. In the meantime, unfortunately all we have is the video, which appears to show a standard version of Google Android.