Taiwan-based Acer announced a new netbook model featuring two operating systems – Google Android and Windows XP.
The model named as Acer Aspire One AOD255 was unveiled at a computer show in Taipei.
Users can use Android for browsing Internet and use Windows for normal applications.
The netbook comes with a 10.1-inch screen and Intel‘s Atom N450 microprocessor powers the device.
The device, which packs a 1GB RAM and 160GB hard disk, has a 3 cell battery though customers can order for a 6 cell battery as well.
It is unknown when the netbook, which is expected to be available for $375, will be formally launched on the global markets.
Source – www.ibtimes.com