With the market ever increasing with netbook devices, its a job to know where to start and what to look for. Questions have to be asked in relation to price range, specifications, size, what purpose you want it for and which retailer do you visit, one with years of good reputation or one that’s just ventured into the tech world?
Today we are bringing you news on a new Acer netbook. Although the details are still a little sketchy, information we have collected may be some food for thought as they say. The new Aspire One E100 netbook, which can be used by everybody, is potentially geared up for education purposes, as Slashgear.com reported, classroom activity. The 10.1-inch displayed portable model comes packed with not just some fantastic features, but that of dual-booting with Windows or Android, therefore giving you options to both.
Depending on what you may be familiar with, the guys over at Ubergizmo.com think in their opinion, users will steer towards Windows as this is no doubt what they are more comfortable using, although on choosing Android, this will give you quick accessibility to browse.
Along with this, the Aspire comes packed with an Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 250GB hard drive, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, multi-format memory card reader as well as peace of mind that you will get at least 8 hours battery life from your device. There are plenty of free education apps to choose from, preloaded “Classroom Manager” app, if requested the Acer netbook can come with rubberised coating for protection with bumps and knocks, and last but not least, inclusion of a niffy pocket of which students can put a name card into.
Unfortunately, at this stage we have no details on release date or pricing, but any updates to this, we will let you know.
What do you think about this latest Acer netbook? Does it tick all the boxes for you?
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