NEC Lifetouch 7″ Android Tablet with ARM Cortex-A8 Processor

Written By Sam on 18 June 2010

NEC has launched a new tablet PC, LifeTouch, based on ARM Cortex-A8 which comes pre-installed with Android 2.1. NEC LifeTouch features 7-inch WVGA display with resolutions upto 800X480. It has an internal ARM Cortex-A8 processor which could be from any of the ARM licensees like Freescale, Texas Instruments or Samsung. It is equipped with 256MB RAM and has a SDHC slot to extend the storage drive for multimedia files while you are on the go.

You can find wireless LAN module 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth and even GPS module. Further USB ports(1 Host and Device port) has been integrated into a slim 219 X 119 X 13.9 mm form factor and weighs only 400 grams. 3MP built–in webcam, accelerometer, magnetic and light sensors are other hardware parts present in LifeTouch. The battery runs for eight hours in single charge and you have the facility to bundle the device along with charging cradle. This way you can place the device in a digital photo frame.

The NEC LifeTouch will hit the Japan later this October and is yet to receive details regarding the pricing. But it seems the product price will be lower than its competitors, due to the slow arrival to the market.

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