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Acer Unveiled Aspire One E100 Education Netbook

Acer has unveiled a new dual boots operating system running netbook namely, Acer Aspire One E100 Education which runs on Windows 7 and Android operating systems. It comes with a lot of high-end specifications such as 10.1 inch display screen with resolution of 1024 x 600 pixel, Web camera, microphone etc. It uses an unspecified Intel Atom processor and comes preloaded with Classroom Manager app which enables teacher to remotely interact with multiple student systems. This new device supports WiFi b/g/n, and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity option.
Acer Aspire One E100 Education Netbook
Acer Aspire One E100 Education Netbook Specs
  • 10.1 inch display screen with resolution of 1024 x 600 pixel
  • Powered by Intel Atom processor
  • Runs on dual-boots Windows 7 and Android OS
  • 250GB Hard Disk Drive
  • Supports WiFi b/g/n, & Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity
  • 1GB of RAM
  • Ethernet LAN, & Multi memory card reader
  • Web camera and microphone
  • Android Instant-on option for quick browsing
  • Preloaded with Classroom Manager app
The Acer Aspire One E100 Education Netbook includes an instant-on option for quick browsing and has a rubberized coating for bump protection. It weighs about a pound and just 24mm thick. It provides 8 hours of battery life and includes multi-format memory card reader. The Acer Aspire One E100 Education Netbook price is not yet revealed. Stay tune for more update information.


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