Check it out – the Acer Aspire One D250 netbook does not only run on Windows XP, but is full well capable of booting up in Google Android as well. The latter takes around 20 seconds to boot up, and when shutting down, it does so almost instantaneously, which is a far cry to what Windows XP can offer. Depending on your preference, you can pick the operating system of choice from the boot screen itself, although it doesn’t seem as though Acer has prepared the D250 for optimal Android use to date. Basically, it more or less functions like how a cellphone OS would with its programs opening in full mode.
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