The AirLife 100 runs Android 1.6 (Donut) with some interface tweaks from HP. Along the bottom of the display, there’s a launch strip with your most frequently used applications. You’ll also find the familiar Android app drawer on the right side of the display, which gives you access to all of your apps. The AirLife 100 comes preloaded with Ebuddy instant messaging client, NDrive navigation software, and RoadSync for Outlook synchronization. You can view your Office Word docs or Excel files on the AirLife 100, but there’s currently no option for editing them.
The AirLife 100 is not Google-certified, however, so users won’t have access to the Android Marketplace. HP says that carrier partner Telefonica will provide a mobile store so users can download more applications.