Choice is always something we love having – if not, your local Burger King or McDonald’s menu would not have so many menu items, would they? Acer knows that some computer users are also equally fickle minded, and hence have come up with the Aspire One E100 netbook which is capable of booting into either Windows or Android – giving you the best of both worlds, although we believe that most people will stick to the former operating system due to its familiarity and available productivity software. Rather similar to the D255, Acer hopes that the education market will latch onto this model, as it comes with a special rubber coating and the potential for school branding. Expect the standard netbook hardware fare such as a 10.1-inch display, an Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and up to 8 hours of battery life with this puppy. At least they’re keeping to their word of not phasing out netbooks.
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