Android as a desktop OS?

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asked May 26, 2012 by IamTechCrazy (4,621 points)
There has been a mini pc built with an Android operating system (2.3 Gingerbread), you can check it out [Here][1]  

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**Do you think this is the beginning of Android rising up to compete in the OS world?**

  [2]: /upfiles/apc_side.jpg

3 Answers

+2 votes
answered May 26, 2012 by Jackster1337 (8,481 points)
Been used as a desktop for a while now.

Many small cheap notebooks come with 2.2 or 3 on.
+1 vote
answered May 26, 2012 by Gibson (16 points)
The lack of wi-fi is a big dissapointment, I mean really who wants to plug in a cord.
Most people only do this with towers, and even then wireless adapters are in towers now.

Also the lack of battery life estimate
? why not tease us with possibly the insane amount it should get
+1 vote
answered May 26, 2012 by Fish (7,331 points)
It's ok as a mobile OS, leaves a lot to be desired as a tablet OS so no chance of me using it as a desktop OS.
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