NEC rolls out Android-based LifeTouch ‘cloud communicator’

By on November 11, 2010
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NEC’s LifeTouch Android tablet!


NEC’s LifeTouch Android tablet wasn’t exactly turning heads for all the right reasons when it was first unveiled it back in June, but it looks like the company has managed to at least slightly refine it for its official launch today. In addition to ditching a handful of buttons, the tablet is also now being pitched specifically as a “cloud communicator” that’s especially well-suited for corporate customers, although exactly what that means in terms of capabilities still isn’t clear. The tablet’s specs apparently remain unchanged, however, and include a 7-inch pen input-capable display (described as a “Retina Touch Panel”), an ARM Cortex A8 processor, a 3 megapixel camera, an SD card slot, built-in WiFi and GPS, and Android 2.1 for an OS. Don’t count on this one being released over here, but folks in Japan will be able to pick it up by the end of the month for a yet to be specified price.

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