Acer's been doing the dual-boot
, Android / Windows thing
on some of its netbooks for a little while now, but it looks to be branching out into a bit of new territory with its new Aspire One E100 model. It's more or less the same as the D255
, but Acer is pitching this one directly at the education market, and it's added some things like a special rubber coating and the potential for school branding -- not to mention a slew of pre-installed education software -- to make it a bit more attractive to schools and students alike. Otherwise, you can expect the usual 10.1-inch display, an unspecified Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and a promised eight hours of battery life.