NEC Announces New Nvidia Tegra 2 Powered Android Smartbook w/ Touchscreen

Posted on 15. Feb, 2011 by Paul in Netbooks

NEC LifeTouch NoteNEC has unveiled a new smartbook the Japanese company is planning on bring to market in one month. The NEC LifeTouch Note is the name of the new smartbook. NEC will be offering the LifeTouch Note with Google’s Android 2.2 Froyo OS, Nvidia’s Tegra 2 dual-core processor, a 7-inch LED backlit WVGA (800×480 pixels) resistive touchscreen, GPS, accelerometer (for screen rotation), a 2MP webcam, a SD/SDHC memory card slot and Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + 3G connectivity.

When NEC brings this new smartbook they plan to offer a good assortment of uniquely configured models. NEC will offer a 4GB flash storage and Wi-Fi model for around 40,000 Yen,  an 8GB Wi-Fi model for around 45,000 Yen and an 8GB 3G+Wi-Fi model for around 45,000 Yen. The choices don’t stop there NEC will be launching the LifeTouch Note in three colors; Chocolate Brown, Piano Black and Red.

If you are a resident or have ties to Japan you’ll be able to get your hands on a LifeTouch in March of this year. Check out the image gallery below for a glimpse at what this smartbook from NEC looks like.


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  2. WhoaManWtF

    15. Feb, 2011

    resistive? wtf no thanks

  3. Artemon

    26. Feb, 2011

    Nowadays a lot of people need for netbooks, because they often help in our daily job. But personally, I am sure that such devices don’t cost so much money, it’s too expensive: netbooks need to do printing works and surfing in Internet. I think that should buy this netbook, better find easy work near your PC. For example, it is very simple writing an article on a personal blog in and step-by-step make money for your netbook.

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