An HP book that shall not be named has been spotted showing itself off to the FCC. The Compaq AirLife 100 is believed to be the Android-running mini-notebook we saw at CES 2010 back at the start of this month.
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Sadly...that, and the photo above, is about all we know. The product's model number is HSTNH-F23C or FB230AA. We don't know exactly what this baby will sport, but it is more than likely an ultra-portable Android device. The fact that it's hit the FCC already means we can't be too far out from an actual release.
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Here you can see the AirLife 100 at CES 2010 (Engadget). There it was said to have a Snapdragon processor and a 10" resistive touchscreen. I've got my fingers crossed for a speedy release! I want one of these in my laptop bag yesterday.