The NEC LifeTouch Android tablet officially launches in Japan
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NEC’s new LifeTouch Android tablet has finally seen the light of the day. The sleek and enviable device also popular as the “cloud communicator”, has been officially launched in Japan by NEC.
A look at the technical side of the LifeTouch Android tablet would tell us that it comes with a 7-inch screen and a 800 x 480 pixel touchscreen display. Processing capabilities are powered by the presence of an ARM Cortex A8 CPU. Other features of the LifeTouch Android tablet would be the bundling along of 384MB of RAM, and 1GB of storage. Also there is provision for GPS, a G-sensor, an accelerometer and a light sensor. Connectivity options can be chosen from amongst WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1.
Battery life is a pretty satisfactory 8 hours on an average. Along with all of the above NEC’s new LifeTouch Android tablet also features a standard USB port and a microUSB port and a full sized SDHC card slot.
In addition the LifeTouch runs Android 2.1 and supports H.264, MPEG-4, MP3, OGG, and WAV media files.
Pricing related information of the LifeTouch Android tablet is still unclear. The tablet is anticipated to arrive in Japan this month i.e. this November.