Acer Netbooks going to twin Android and Windows 7

A much needed enhancement for Google’s Android platform outside the smartphone arena, computer maker Acer reportedly announced on Wednesday that all of its upcoming dual-core netbooks will run both Android and Windows 7.

According to report, the move is expected to increase demand by providing “more efficiency to consumers” while costing Acer very little.

The new enhancement will include in the new “Happy” Aspire one netbooks will be a built-in 250GB hard drive, the Taipei Times report the priced at US$431, the machines will reportedly be available in Taiwan this month.
Acer’s existing Aspire One D250 and Aspire One D260 have already provided the dual-boot option with Android and Windows for some time, as has the Taiwan-only Aspire One D255, which is based on the single-core Atom N450, according to reports.


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