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Computex 2009: Acer Android netbook with Windows draws spotlight
Photo: Yen-Shyang Hwang [Jul 7, 2009]

Acer demonstrated an Android-powered netbook that will also run XP. Company chairman JT Wang said that the new Acer Android model will eventually ship as dual-boot systems with both Android and Windows.

Acer introduced its first Aspire One netbook at Computex 2008. In 2009, the PC vendor showcased a full range of netbook offerings targeting different mobile consumer needs. Of the lineup, the Aspire One AO531 and AOD250 with 10.1-inch panel displays are thinner and lighter than their predecessor, and ideal for anyone on the move.

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