Acer Aspire One D250 with Android

Acer is reportedly working on another netbook that dual boots Windows and Google Android. Electric Pig reports that the new model will be dubbed the Acer Aspire One D260, which seems to imply that it will be a modest update from the dual-boot D250 model released last year.

There’s no information on the processor or other specs. Apparently the new model will have a redesigned chassis. The company also plans to launch a netbook running Google Chrome OS later this year — after Google makes the operating system available.

via Netbook Choice

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