Acer Aspire One D250 – an Android OS / Windows 7 netbook

On January 19, 2010, in Uncategorized, by Dwarka Rao

“Android Operating System runs on a netbook!” It is not just an imaginative theory now. Acer introduces a new netbook member to its Aspire One family, namely Aspire One D250. This Acer netbook runs on Android operating system. Aspire One D250 actually allows you to choose between Windows 7 or Android OS while its startup.

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If Windows 7 is the hottest operating system for computers, so is the Android for mobile phones. And with Acer Aspire One D250, you can experience the goods of two different but powerful operating systems. D250 is powered by Intel Atom processor and 1GB of RAM, which is enough to run Windows 7 and quite powerful for Android OS. And this Android netbook offers a storage capacity of 160GB.

It is believed that one can experience the best of the Android OS on a touch screen only but accessing it with a mouse and keyboard is one different and unique experience. By the virtue of 3G compatibility, memory card reader and USB slots, D250 offers you with number of connectivity options.

Acer D250 is a dual boot netbook in true sense as no other netbook, laptop, or computer runs on Android operating system. Apart from this innovative feature, D250 offers one more amazing feature. You can slip in your SIM card and access Internet over mobile networks. These two features make Aspire One D250 one deadly and innovative move by Acer. With Acer Aspire One D250, experience the power of BIG TWO in one portable netbook.

[via ReviewUnit, Computer Active]

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One Response to Acer Aspire One D250 – an Android OS / Windows 7 netbook

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    ryan920 says:

    Interesting idea. I don't think I'd have use for the Android OS.

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