There’s unfortunately not much in the way of details or pictures (beyond that artful illustration above) for this one, but HP has sent a smartbook called the Compaq AirLife 100 the FCC’s way, and the bands in use suggest that it could well be headed to AT&T. As you may recall, however, HP was also showing off an Android-running, Snapdragon-powered smartbook concept at CES a few short weeks back, and those rounded corners and large battery compartment do at least seem to match up. Coincidence? We should know for sure soon enoughShare on Facebook
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