There is no doubt about Android getting more popular everyday on almost any gadget out there. Take for example the world’s first embedded Android-based navigation system on a dashboard from Chinese firm ArcherMind Technology. And now is the turn of the Camangi WebStation to use Google's free OS.
Camangi is an international company founded in 2002 that specializes in Internet Communication. Their products and services include Web Talk patent technology, VoIP solutions, value-added application platform, and modules for web services. Now, they are bringing an Android-based MID with a 7-inch WVGA screen with 800×480 resolution, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, MicroSD, and a glass touchscreen.
This WebStation will have a Marvell 624MHz PXA303 processor, running Android 1.5, with onboard WiFi b/g, USB Host port, where you could use a 3G dongle. There are also two cameras, one on the front and one on the back, which are 0.3- and 2-megapixel respectively. There is no exact price on this device just yet. If you are interested in the Camangi WebStation, the company is saying it will be available for purchase online in the middle of December 2009.
The company has an “Early Bird Coupon Program” that you can use to register to win a coupon for the Camangi WebStation. But you have to hurry, because it closes in two more days. They also have launched the Camangi Market Beta. Which will be some sort of Android Market for 5 to 9-inch MIDs and other Android devices.