Android OS may move well beyond the mobile phones. Couple of freelancers from Mobile-facts have succeeded in setting up Android OS on Asus EEEPC 1000H.
This proves the product policies that Google has for Android; an OS for phones and mobile internet devices (MID). Netbooks have a huge market open for themselves, due to their high affordability and ease of use. Right now, Netbooks are primarily powered by Linux OS, due to its smaller footprint and efficiency. With Windows 7 eyeing the Netbook market, Android’s entry should provide a big break for Google.
Powered by a light mobile operating system and Google Chrome for bringing the desktop-like features, Android can hope for a good share in the Netbooks market. Sometime in 2010, we can expect an official Android-powered Netbook out for the public.