If you have been looking to dabble with an Android-based netbook but do not want to fully take the plunge you may want to check out Acer’s upcoming offering, this netbook runs both Microsoft Windows and Google Android operating systems.
This netbook is called the Aspire One D260 and is said to be the successor to the D250 which was released last year, therefore it will probably boast better technical specifications then the D250′s Intel Atom N270 CPU, 160GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM.
Details regarding the dual boot and specifications are currently unknown, however I would imagine it boot either Windows XP or perhaps Windows 7 Starter Edition with the most concurrent version of Android.
As we hear more information regarding specifications, pricing and a release date we will keep you posted, for further details check out the link below.
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