Yes. And what IAN/Virginconnect/Merinta/Boundless did was package and branded the Acer I-Brow as the Virginconnect Webplayer. What a difference a brandname can make. Because of the Virginconnect Webplayer branding and the marketing plan that did not work out, you can have a free/cheap internet appliance that you can turn into a fully functional computer device. Otherwise you're paying Acer several hundred bucks (I would guess at least $400 to $700) if you want to directly buy the device from the manufacturer without the other companies subsidizing the cost of the device.
What I'm interested in is finding out is how the newer Acer I-Station can play DVDs and CDs.
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