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Alright, so we've already seen this one in the wild and up for pre-order, but it's not everyday that someone releases a dual-boot Android / Windows XP netbook, so we can understand Acer wanting to get extra official with its new Aspire One AOD250 model. Of course, this one's about as standard as it

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October 15, 2009 at 1:51PM
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Acer (a company that we always knew as ambitious... but not too ambitious) finally launched its Aspire One D250 dual boot Windows 7 / Android netbook today, and as you can imagine the ears of the gadget world have all perked up a little bit. According to Pocket-lint, the implementation of the open

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Acer's 11.6-inch, WXGA Aspire 751h-1192 and 10.6-inch, WSVGA D250-1042 are nothing new around these parts, but now the company's officially priced the units and put up the \"on sale\" sign. Looks like both models are sporting the corner-placed VGA port as well as the usual netbook specs like a 160GB

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This is it, folks -- our wildest dreams are coming true. Oh, and in case you aren't savvy on our wildest dreams, we're talking about having more Aspire Ones to talk about than we can even count. At any rate, the rumored Aspire One D250 and ultrathin Aspire One 531 have both grabbed a landing page o

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We snooped around pretty heavily at Acer's CeBIT booth here in Hannover, but we definitely didn't see a single Aspire One with a port layout like this. That said, we wouldn't put it past the company to push out an oh-so-barely different version of the Aspire One netbook that has already proven rema

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