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Inventec intros tiny Android-powered Dr. Eye smartbook

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Thu June 3, 2010

Inventec shows Dr. Eye smartbook with Android

A video of an upcoming Inventec smartbook has surfaced. Dubbed Dr. Eye, it also goes by the N18C designation and resembles a scaled-down netbook. The device has a QWERTY keyboard along with a 4.8-inch VGA touchscreen. A 624MHz Marvell PXA300 CPU powers the device, which runs on Android 1.6 but will be upgraded to 2.1 before it's sold at retail.

The device otherwise sports a 3G data connection along with a Wi-Fi link, and there is a front-facing webcam. Dr. Eye has a target price of $400, but if or when it will come to North America is unknown. It's already being sold in its native market of China, priced at the equivalent of $395. [via ARMDevices]

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