NEC LifeTouch Note Review, An Android Based Netbook
I’m sure you have been familiar to Android OS, which is usually used on a tablet PC, or Smart phone. But it’s still quiet rare to find it on a netbook, even though there are some other Android based netbook.
NEC has introduced a netbook that runs on the Android operating system 2.2 (Froyo). This netbook called “LifeTouch Note“.
Besides using the Android OS, it’s also supported by a dual-core processor Nvidia Tegra 2, and offers 8GB of RAM, about the size of the screen LifeTouch Note comes with LED backlight size 7 inches and 800 × 480 resistive touchscreen.
The Note LiefTouch 2Mpix also equipped with a camera, GPS, accelerometer, along with the slot / SD card / SDHC. It weighs roughly like the iPad, and offers 9 hours of battery life. The device is currently available in Japan and can be purchased with two models namely, the model only WiFi/3G or WiFi systems.
Initially, NEC will offer two basic versions LifeTouch Note: younger get 2 GB of flash memory and will come with MicroSD-card with a similar capacity, and its price – about $ 480. And for $ 540 you can buy a model with 8 gigabytes of memory and flash card MicroSD 8 GB included.
Fortunately, LifeTouch Note is fully compatible with Google’s Android Market.
NEC LifeTouch Note Netbook Specs and Features
7 inches of resistive touchscreen display
800 x 480 pixel of screen resolution
2.0 mega pixel of camera
High camera resolution
Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity
Google Android 2.2 operating system
1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor
Mini USB port
700 gm of weight
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