Microsoft might have huge plans for their Windows 7 platform, whereby the respective operating system is set to take over the PC market, as well as the mobile phone industry as well. However, it seems that the buzz generated by Microsoft earlier over their upcoming Windows Embedded Compact 7 is slowly dying down, whereby more PC manufacturers are opting for the Android OS instead.
And take a look at ASUS’ latest Eee Pad EP101TC, apparently, the company has dumped their original plan of using the Windows Embedded Compact 7 as its operating system, whereby ASUS now wants to outfit their rig with the Android OS, particularly the Froyo variant. On the other hand, with Google disclosing that they might also introduce Gingerbread (Android 3.0) soon, I’m sure ASUS might also want to get their hands on this particular OS as well.
I’m guessing that more information would be available in the upcoming CES 2011, don’t you think so?