NEC has unveiled two virtually identical Android 4.0 tablets called the LifeTouch L. One version of the tablet is aimed at business users, and the other version is aimed at individuals. The difference between the two tablets appears to be software alone. Both tablets weigh 540 g and are 7.99 mm thick. Both tablets also run a 1.5 GHz dual core processor.
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NEC LifeTouch cloud communicator back a week or so ago. The thing is an interesting little Android tablet that uses a 7-inch screen, Android 2.1, and an ARM Cortex A8 CPU. The machine also has 384MB of RAM and 1GB of RAM with WiFi and Bluetooth as well.
NEC LifeTouch, a 7-inch WVGA slate running Android 2.1 on an ARM Cortex A8 CPU. The LifeTouch packs 384MB of RAM and 1GB of ROM, along with WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and a 3-megapixel camera. There's also USB Host and USB Device ports, an SDHC card slot, stereo speakers, GPS, various sensors (light, accelerometer, digital compass) and a microphone. NEC is targeting the LifeTouch at corporate users, who will rely on cloud storage as well as using the slate for some crafty ebook reading, multimedia playback and online shopping. Battery life is tipped at up to 8hrs, and the LifeTouch will begin shipping at the end of November 2010, price unknown. [gallery]
NEC will launch a dual-touchscreen version of their LifeTouch/Smartia tablet at CES 2011 next month, though full details of the presumably clamshell device are currently unknown. According to PC World, the tablet - which will also carry the LifeTouch brand - has a pair of 7-inch touchscreens which can show different information simultaneously. There's also confirmed WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, but the version of Android NEC expects to use is unclear. The company will also be showing an Android-based netbook. Note, the image here is just a mockup. [via SlashGear]
Cloud Communicator tablet has jumped over to the company's consumer division, rebranded as the NEC Smartia and set to go on sale in Japan from December 6. The specifications for the 7-inch slate are unchanged, so you get an 800 x 480 resistive touchscreen, 600MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor and Android 2.1, all for 42,800 yen ($510) from NEC's comically-named BIGLOBE ISP. There's also GPS, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and a 3-megapixel webcam. NEC also thrown on their own app store, Andronavi. NEC apparently has a 1GHz update in the works, complete with Android 2.2 and 3.0 updates, but there's no timescale for their release. [youtube VWbSLfTrV_U] [via NetbookNews]