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While REDFLY isn't exactly the picture of consumer relevance with its Windows Mobile integration, they're showing off an Android proof-of-concept that's exactly the sort of magic that could make this hardware lovable. The REDFLY folks have tweaked Android to output to the 800 x 480 resolution, and have a working cursor -- something we haven't seen in similar hacks. So far they're making no promises about an actual release, but this is the most excited we've been about this thing since... well, forever. Video is after the break.



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